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Flowers and Gifts News

Jul 26, 2019

Plant a flower, embrace a community: Sun Messages -

Perry wrote in response to my question about her view of our region. “I grew up right on Mayfield, went to St. John’s, Greenview and Brush. I worked at Victory Park Pool during my high school and college years, and after that I worked at University Suburban Health Center. Many of the friends I made back then remain my friends today.”And yet, moving within the region led to an adjustment -- less space and, initially at least, fewer familiar faces. “When I moved into the Colony apartments (on Richmond Road north of Mayfield), I didn’t know anybody there," Perry recalled. "My kids had gotten older and the oldest two were on their own -- although they both live in Lyndhurst, along with my younger son’s wife and new baby, my first grandchild.” It was then, in the heart of change, that inspiration struck for the resident who has an eye for beauty. Downsizing does not have to mean drabness, and perhaps strangers are, as the saying goes, just friends we don’t know yet.She took action.“When I lived in my house I had a huge garden,” Perry continued. “I love color and design. I love working with natural projects and design art with seashells under the name ‘Perry’s Place.’ So, when I saw this small, maybe 5-foot-by-2-foot empty plot of dirt near the back door of my apartment building facing the courtyard ... it was calling my name.”Oprah Winfrey, in a talk given to Stanford business students, defined luck as “preparation meeting the moment of opportunity.” Lucky for Lyndhurst that Perry had a eureka moment, then “started with a few plants and a few herbs.”“That was about five years ago,” she added, noticing that there were some spots with flowers here and there.“Since then my garden has grown -- mostly flowers and herbs, but I have one tomato plant.”And the display leads to conversations and connections. “So many people have told me how wonderful my little garden looks and what a great job I’m doing,” she said. “In the apartment across from me, there are two women in their 90's. ... I’ve added flowers in front of their building and I’ve been told how much they enjoy looking at them...

Sep 10, 2018

Here are the celebrities that sent flowers to Aretha Franklin funeral

Ray Charles Foundation Elton John Curtis Mayfield family Rod Stewart The Commodores The Carters Sam Moore The O'Jays Barry White family The Whispers Arif Mardin Jerry Wexler family Jackson family Frankie Beverly and Maze Otis Redding family Aretha's funeral: Memorable moments that got people talking ...

Aug 25, 2017

Flowers and smiles may postpone fall blues: Sun Messages

Lyndhurst Rocks" sign and stop in to participate in this fun event.Sparkling smiles and teeth. I was pleased to read that in the Hillcrest area, a Mayfield Heights DentalWorks got a facelift and will hold/held an open house relaunch Saturday, August 26, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dr. Julia Tabanchnik and her team of local dentists are in the business of smiles at an affordable cost. Updated facilities will help local residents feel comfortable, even more confident in their dental care. The result: for many, it might be to smile fearlessly!And a reminder to athletes...check with your dentist about proper protection, and busy back-to-schoolers (and their parents): Don't forget to brush!For my birthday. Yes, I am turning "another year wiser" as one of the amazing, free greeting cards at puts it. (Donations to that nonprofit are gratefully accepted.) Each year I have more in common with museums and other old relics. They have lasted, and so have I. Since I turned 50, I no longer possess the being-slightly-bored feelings in museums, antique stores and resale shops.A birthday surprise this past week helped reawaken the power of times gone by. My sister Rosa drove me to the popular Quintealia's tea parlor in Burton. My jaw (metaphorically) hit the floor at the grace and beauty of the place, the fine tea and the carefully prepared lunch. I had a short chat with Annette Phillips, one of the "tea ladies" (a charming phrase, according to the business website). She is a longtime friend of and co-owner with Renee Petro; they had and have a vision of service, particularly to women. Their business is in a mansion built in 1891, so as you consider the Hillcrest area's staunch history, you might venture out a bit too. How can we, as individuals and as communities, foster the best of the past without losing our fast-paced present? It's a question worth asking.I read that the profession of sales clerk is shrinking, due to online sales. Online has its value, but so does face-to-face shopping and, especially, buying local. I always feel better when I do that.The trek made me wonder: How many other Hillcrest-area entrepreneurs might share a tip and spread word via this column of (a) their creative spark; (b) their means of carry through; and (c) the community that has welcomed their idea?Lyndhurst does rock. And so do South Euclid, Mayfield Heights, Mayfield Village, Highland Heights, Richmond Heights and Gates Mills. But readers, my in-box should be flooded every week with accomplishments and events. Spread the word! Social networking has its place, but there is nothing like an online (worldwide) posting and the joy of a printed piece to put in a scrapbook. Write to with your Sun Messages. (

Jan 5, 2017

Grey Skies and Bright Flowers: 2017 Rose Parade Goes Off Without a Hitch

Victoria Cecilia Castellanos and her court—Audrey Mariam Cameron, Blair High School; Maya Kawaguchi Khan, Arcadia High School; Shannon Tracy Larsuel, Mayfield Senior School; Autumn Marie Lundy, Polytechnic School; Natalie Rose Petrosian, La Cañada High School; and Lauren ‘Emi’ Emiko Powers, Arcadia High School—began their reign over the parade at 8:10 a.m., waving bravely in the cold weather. Twenty-four of the floats in the 127th Rose Parade presented by Honda received official honors from the Tournament of Roses in a variety of categories and specifications. The entire process is another one of the Tournament’s components implemented over a greater part of the past century. This year’s judges – Carol Togneri, Phil Rulloda, and Ronnie Siegel– reviewed each float during judging sessions that take place during the decorating stages before the parade. The judges used their scores from the judging sessions to determine the trophy recipients. Two judging sessions took place during the decorating stages before the parade. Scores from each judging session were then combined to determine the trophy recipients. Results were released to the media immediately prior to the start of the Rose Parade. Banners for each trophy-winning float were carried in the parade by select members of the Tournament of Roses Eagle Scout and Gold Award Girl Scout Troops. Dole Packaged Foods took home the Sweepstakes Prize for the “most beautiful” entry with its ‘Spirit of Hawaii” float. Among the other winners were the longest float ever entered in the parade—Lucy Pet’s Grarnly Krankin’ Wave Maker, which featured dogs surfing machine-generated waves on a float decorated with surfers and surboards. China Airlines was awarded the International Trophy for its float, “Return to the Beauty of Taiwan.” A full list of the winning floats is available here. The formal parade was trailed by a noisy but peaceful protest organized by native American groups protesting the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline. Following the parade, the floral and animated masterpieces will be parked along Sierra Madre and Washington boulevards, beginning at 1 p.m. Monday, and closing for admission at 4 p.m. The post parade venue is also open on Tuesday, January 3, from 9 a.m. to la... (Pasadena Now)

Nov 24, 2016

Oklahoma vs. Iowa State: Notable Numbers From OU's Flower(s) Show

Iowa State. 18 – Oklahoma’s 18-game winning streak against Iowa State is its longest active streak against any opponent. 22 – Baker Mayfield had four more touchdown passes at Iowa State, the fourth straight game in which he has done so. He now has 22 consecutive games with a TD pass, the second longest active streak in the FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision). Nov 3, 2016; Ames, IA, USA; Oklahoma Sooners wide receiver Jeffery Mead (15) scores a touchdown =31000in front of Iowa State Cyclones defensive back Kamari Cotton-Moya (5) at Jack Trice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports 30 – Junior Jeffery Mead’s 30-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter of the Iowa State game was the longest reception of his career. 63 – Dede Westbrook doesn’t just catch 60-plus-yard passes, he had a career-long kickoff return of 63 yards against Iowa State. The senior wide receiver had a 71-yard punt return last weekend to open the Sooner scoring against Kansas. 129 – Scoring margin in Oklahoma’s last four games against Iowa State (193-64). 160 – The Oklahoma defense allowed 160 passing yards against Iowa State. This is the second straight week the Sooners have held an opponent under 200 yards passing. (Stormin' In Norman)

Nov 24, 2016

Flowers blooms in the Sooners' victory over Iowa State

It showed in the last four minutes of the second quarter. Iowa State’s lead lasted 14 seconds. It kicked the ball off and then Baker Mayfield, who threw 328 yards and four touchdowns, hit Dede Westbrook for a 65-yard touchdown to give OU back the lead. “We practice those situational plays like that,” Westbrook said. “For us to come out and execute when we absolutely had to was big for us.” Westbrook had seven receptions for 131 yards. It was an off-night by the ridiculous standard he set in the previous five Big 12 games, but he ran his streak to six straight games with at least 131 receiving yards. OU tacked on another touchdown with 6 seconds left in the first half to lift its lead to 28-17. Mayfield hit Flowers on a post route. The catch would be the envy of any wide receiver. “It was huge, especially in a road game like against a team that is trying to get momentum,” Mayfield said. “We got the ball and scored and then we needed to use the clock and get out of bounds and get some first downs. We were able to execute.” It was the third straight game the Sooners have scored a touchdown with 20 seconds or less before halftime. Iowa State didn’t recover from the onslaught. It had to piece the offense together, too. Iowa State running back Mike Warren was out with an ankle sprain. Quarterbacks Joel Lanning and Jacob Park alternated throughout the night. Park threw for 160 yards and two touchdowns. Lanning led the Cyclones with 61 rushing yards. He only attempted one pass. Iowa State didn’t want to get into a shootout. It took its time and rarely rushed to the line of scrimmage. The goal was to get into a four-quarter game and try to win it in the final minutes. It could’ve ended up that way. The Sooners’ lead was down to touchdown early in the fourth quarter. But OU answered with a 12-play, 55-yard drive that resulted in Austin Seibert’s second field goal of the second half to get back the two-possession. OU’s defense, which only gave up 290 yards, forced a turnover on downs. Flowers carried the ball six straight to run off the final minutes. It was fitting. It was Flowers’ night to shine. “I came into it with a mindset that whatever was going to happen, whenever my number was going to get called, I’ll play to the best of my ability,” Flowers said. “I didn’t know how many carries I was gonna get, how many catches. I was just going to make the most of my opportunity.” John Shinn 366-3535 Follow me: @john_shinn ... (Norman Transcript)


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