1. Georgia on January 14, 2010 at 1:43 pm


    After reading your comments about finding Paris landmarks at the time. I have a suggestion to make — especially that given the botanical/floral tenor of your titles. It would be great to see mention of the Jardin the Plantes. One of the world’s earliest botanical gardens (opened in 1626, and open to the public in 1650). In the early 1800s it was quite the hub of French botany and zoology. The public gardens and walks would make a lovely background to
    intrigue and espionage.

  2. Carole on January 14, 2010 at 5:41 pm

    That is a really pretty flower. Well, the scottish thistle is not technically a flower, but that’s just an idea. =) lol. Sorry, I had to add my opinion.

    I finally got my Blood Lily today! Yayy! I’m dropping the book I’m reading, so I can read the Blood Lily today.

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