Bloom Where You’re Planted


Western Horizons Living Center resident, Goldie Baker, 86, was inspired by the Johnny Jump Ups growing out of the crack in the planter, on the centers patio.

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“We all have to learn to bloom where we are planted,” she said. “Live life and give it all you’ve got.”
Baker is doing just that by helping care for the flowers at the facility, watering plants and  helping other residents with shirt covers at meals.

Resident Gladys Vliem and Phyllis Andress, the centers activities aide planted the outdoor flowers at the facility.

2 thoughts on “Bloom Where You’re Planted

  1. My aunt, too. She truly lives up to her name – a golden ray of sunshine, full of sparkle and bling, a real treasure. She always has shown so much love and care for others. Keep on blooming, Goldie.

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