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The Rose Lady writes about anything and everything that are important issues in our daily life. Of course, roses is one of them.

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2009 

  Oyster Bay is a quaint little town loaded with history where residents enjoy a tree lined residential streets, historic landmarks and beautiful waterfront area. The downtown area called the Hamlet has small shops, restaurants, hair salons, hardware stores, few banks, houses of worship of differ...
02/28/2009
Nowadays, majority wants to live green to save the planet for future generation.   Are you one of them?  Reblog from Steve Miller, Realtor of Keller Williams Realty - Coeur d'Alene, North Idaho.   Just the other day I was at our local Realtor Association taking a CE course on Green Housing.  This...
02/28/2009
   At this time of the year, we are all getting tired of winter and starting to think of spring.  It is the best time to contemplate on what roses to plant and where to get them.  I always buy my roses from mail order suppliers.  They have more varieties to choose from.  I'm putting a list below ...
02/26/2009
    Copyright © 2009.  By Rosalinda Morgan, "The Rose Lady".  All rights reserved.. *WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - GREEN MOUNTAINS, MANCHESTER, VERMONT* If you are interested in selling or buying a home in Brookville, Muttontown, Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Oyster Bay Cove, Syosset, Laurel Hollow, Bayville,...
02/25/2009
  FEBRUARY AS BLACK HISTORY MONTH Thursday, February 26th -  Personal Stories in Honor of Black History Month.  Seniors will share their personal stories, with Nick LaBella as a featured speaker. Doubleday-Babcock Senior Center, East Main St., Oyster Bay, NY, 12:30 P.M.  Call in advance for lunch...
02/25/2009
Copyright © 2009.  By Rosalinda Morgan, "The Rose Lady".  All rights reserved.. *SPEECHLESS SUNDAY - "BETTY BOOP" ROSE* If you are interested in selling or buying a home in Brookville, Muttontown, Oyster Bay, East Norwich, Oyster Bay Cove, Syosset, Laurel Hollow, Bayville, Centre Island and Mill...
02/22/2009
  Oyster Bay Cove, an incorporated village next to Oyster Bay, is the most beautiful place on the North Shore of Long Island.  Most homes in Oyster Bay Cove are on two acres lot so if you want your privacy, Oyster Bay Cove is the place to be.  Oyster Bay Cove is so different from the Hamptons bec...
02/21/2009
    As we celebrate Valentine's Day, legend has it that Cupid gave red rose to Harpocrates, the god of silence to bribe him to secrecy over the dalliances of Venus and so the red rose become the symbol of discretion, love, passion and romance.  Roses were henceforth painted on the ceilings of ban...
02/13/2009
  Brookville, one of the most sought after address on the North Shore has a lot to offer clients with discriminating taste.  Price ranges from $1,398,000 for a ranch to $5,450,000 for a colonial.  Most of the properties in Brookville are on flat ground with very few exceptions that sit on a slope...
02/13/2009
  As of February 13, 2009, according to the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, there are 26 homes for sale in Brookville in various architectural styles.  There are 12 colonials, 3 contemporary, 1 expanded ranch, 1 farm ranch, 1 raised ranch, 2 post modern, 3 ranch, 2 split, and 1 classifie...
02/13/2009
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