November 7, 2008

Friday Flowerblogging


Late Bloomers. The name escapes me but these flowers bloom in the fall. I find them hiding under the leaves and mixed in with the hosta. They bloom in deep shade.

Posted by tedkarol at November 7, 2008 6:08 PM

hi karol -
i know i'm a little odd about this, but i think there's a great positive side to moving as well as the sad part we all can identify. for the past year i've been working with a friend who owns a company called moving solutions. we do all kinds of different stuff - helping people organize and manage their clutter; packing up possessions so people can show their houses better and sell them faster; and packing and unpacking for the actual move. one of the things i've learned is that it's a whole lot easier to sort things out with an uninvolved person helping you - otherwise you get bogged down in the memories. i've also discovered that it's very, very satisfying work. so this isn't a commercial - but i'm volunteering to come down and spend a few hours with you doing whatever you need - packing/organizing/sorting - and i promise no sales pitch (i don't think my friend can even take on a job in vineland). it would have to be on a saturday or sunday afternoon, and it's hard to do this for more than 2-3 hours at a stretch so we might need to do it on 2 days. but i would be really happy to come down and help you out. as you know, i only met ted once and you never, but i'm so impressed with your courage and strength and i'd really like to help. let me know!

Posted by: libby cohen at November 7, 2008 7:48 PM


How kind of you to offer. I am blessed with so many friends offering support.

My family is coming tomorrow to help me pack up and will be storing some things at their houses until I am able to find a place and move.

My real estate lady has given me advice on removing my clutter. I guess the biggest disaster is this computer room. I may need some advice from Marty on the Great Plains records.


Posted by: at November 8, 2008 12:40 PM

Hardy Cyclamen is the name of the flower

Posted by: Karol at November 8, 2008 12:41 PM