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January 28, 1989 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-28

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HER A L D
WHOLESALE

toughest part was putting together the
12 picture frames. She had asked her
sister for some negatives of photos
taken of Mark and herself and the
family, and had them made smaller
through a friend who worked at a
photo lab.
"But I had no idea that cutting,
staining and gluing the frames together
would be such a difficult job, says
Patrice. "It took me over a week and
a half to complete the task. But as I
kept going, the apartment began to
look more and more real and it
became exciting to work on the gift."
The entire Koblin family looks
upon the gift as a gift of love. "Ours
isn't an unusual family," explains
Elaine. "The girls argued and fought
as kids. Maybe Liz wanted to do
something special because our
youngest daughter, Menanie, in-
troduced Mark to Liz. But whatever
it is, it certainly a very rewarding
experience as a parent to see the
relationship grow and deepen among
our children:'
The gift is hanging on the wall as
a Nvork of art in Elizabeth and Mark's
apartment.
"There's nothing like it in this
whole world," says Elizabeth. "It's so
valuable because of the time and love
put into it. After all, you can get only
so much crystal and so many pots and
pans.

Rose
Langu

When selecting a rose arrangement,
remember roses have a "language" of
their own. Use this guide from America's
Rose Growers to convey the appropriate
message.
The red rose symbolizes love, respect
and courage.
Pink roses carry the message, "You're
gentle and graceful:'
Deep pink roses say, "Thank you:
Yellow roses signify joy and gladness.
A bouquet of roses in full bloom
means gratitude.
A single rose in full bloom means "I
love you" or "I still love you

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