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-Dixie Rose

Dixie Rose, Hibiscus mutabilis.

The house we rent was built in the late 30s. It wouldn’t surprise me if this hibiscus was planted soon after. When we moved in, it was rotted, with poor, sickly growth and only a few blooms over the year. It has been pruned, well-watered and fed with compost and sheep manure and this year we have a few beautifully big blooms like this one.

My Dixie Rose, Music by R.G. Grady, Words by J. Will Callahan, c. 1913

Frances G. Spencer Collection of American Popular Sheet Music

Baylor University, Crouch Fine Arts Library, Waco, TX

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🌹August 13th, 2016🌹14 weeks old🌹

My mom bought Ruby an SD vest.

I was a little anxious on our first time in a store with it, admittedly. Everyone wanted to pet her, and my mom made me explain that she is being trained for my brother and not me.

I feel bad that I can’t be honest about her training, but it is worth it to be able to train her in public access.