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CC Gibbs/S Johnson
New York Times romance and erotica author. Believes in love at first sight, chocolate for breakfast & the universal appeal of tall, dark and handsome.
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We had the threat of frost last night so I brought in some tomatoes and covered the plants. Craig bought four plants this spring and they’ve produced 200 tomatoes. Lucky us. Stay safe.
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Sep 2
Pauley is my helper in the garden if lying around while I work counts. Another day, another wheelbarrow of weeds carried away from one of the gardens. Slowly but surely I’m resurrecting the flowers. Between that and…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 31
A morning in the country. This little one is curious and his mom is watching him from the other side of the driveway. Stay safe.
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 25
I’m dealing with the pandemic by living in an alternate universe for a few hours a day. Thanks to my local bookstore. Stay safe.
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 20
The cosmos are setting out seeds. These plants are from seeds a friend gave me. Now I’ll have plenty myself for next year. Apropos nothing to do with flowers, yesterday as I was writing, out of the blue, Nicole…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 18
The day lilies are almost finished blooming. I have varieties that bloom early, mid-summer, and now in August. It keeps color in the garden. My computer’s been updating badly for awhile and yesterday it froze. So new…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 13
Flowers outside the kitchen door. Occasionally, in default mode, I’ll shift from reading all the new books coming out and read one of my old books. I’m always surprised since I have no idea where those words and…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 11
Coneflowers. A perennial garden keeps blooming through the summer, one different flower after another. In contrast, my writing came to a halt yesterday when my printer connection went crazy. My attempts to remedy it…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 6
Joe Pye Weed. The butterflies and bees love it. It’s a wild flower I nurture wherever it shows up in the yard. Like milkweed, I have both plants scattered throughout the gardens. Save the bees and butterflies. Stay…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Aug 4
A day lily I hadn’t seen in the garden before. I love surprises! I also love opening lines. From The Wedding,Etc. Rafe Contini, billionaire CEO and playboy of note, came awake at the brisk knock, shot a glance at…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Jul 31
More bees. A friend gave me cosmos seeds and I planted them by the back door. The bees are thankful for their new buffet. Stay safe.
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Jul 28
Some of the summer flowers. And a little snippet from The Wedding,Etc: Rafe adored Nicole’s capacity to pivot on a dime, overlook discord, find a silver lining in every cloud. His life had required constant…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Jul 22
All my weed pulling has helped the gardens flourish. The butterflies, bees and hummingbirds are super busy. It’s lovely to see. Talk about instant reward for work done. Sorta like my writing. My characters make me…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Jul 20
The monardo(bee balm) is at its prime this time of year. The bees are very happy. I like that it’s very hardy and in these years when the bees are in crisis, having plants to sustain them is a win for everyone. Stay…
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CC Gibbs/S Johnson Jul 15
It’s going to be a good year for grapes. We had almost drought conditions in June and apparently the vines thought they were in California. Now to see if we beat the raccoons, birds and wasps to the grapes before…
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