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Ralph Roy Waggener: Flower power surge needed Down Town

From a no grow city boy that just did not like gardening, this just might be a strange idea coming from me. - RRW
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By Ralph Roy Waggener, Personal Commentary
Editor, It's Just for a Smile News

Hey Ed, just thinking about our down town.

With all the flower power people we have here in Columbia, it would be nice to see them go to the next level of flowers all over the Square and the few blocks leading on to it.

Now, I know I'm asking a lot because I can't grow weeds.

With the gardening talent we have here who could teach others how to keep flowers looking good, this just might be the ticket to having the best place to visit.

From a no grow city boy that just did not like gardening, this just might be a strange idea coming from me.

Thanks from your much younger brother, Ralph Roy!

This story was posted on 2018-05-27 08:18:07
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