|Dianne Cage: Dec. March 7, 2013|
Have the Daffodils just been beautiful this year? I have gone Daffodil crazy, you could just call me Dianne Daffodil Seed! I would love to plant the whole Garden District in these happy yellow jewels. I'm off to a good start!
This is a good time to say goodbye to so many of our special friends that have gone to their reward in heaven. TONY LASUZZO, what a sweet man. Tony and my Daddy, Tom King, were early graduates of Georgia Tucker and Neville.
MELBA JONES will be missed by so many. What a smart, darling, cute girl Melba was. We never know when our time is, thank goodness. Melba was at the top of her game and looking great. She had worked all day, smart as a whip, and was on her way to play bridge. Her flowers at her funeral were a magnificent mix of orange, lavender to a deep purple mixed with gold. The color, shapes and styles were truly breathtaking.
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Dianne Cage writes a bi-weekly lifestyle column for The Ouachita Citizen. She and her husband, Mike Cage, live in Monroe.