Bloom Where You’re Planted. Posted by Elyse Bruce on July 30, 2015. It’s perhaps not an idiom that’s heard very often, but if someone is told to bloom where he or she is planted, that means they should do their best under the current set of circumstances. It doesn’t mean a person can’t be transplanted elsewhere at a later date, and bloom in the new location. As we know, Paul Harvey used the phrase a decade earlier than the publication of Mary Engelbreit’s book, and it was used in a way that demonstrated that the readers of his column knew what it meant to bloom where one was planted. In fact, the American Church in Paris (France) has sponsored the Bloom Where You’re Planted full-day seminar since 1970.
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Quotes Authors M Mary Engelbreit Bloom where you are planted! Bloom where you are planted! Mary Engelbreit. Patrick Regan, Mary Engelbreit (2002). Mary Engelbreit: The Art and the Artist, . 1, Andrews McMeel Publishing.
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Quotes Authors Mary Engelbreit Bloom where you are planted! "Bloom where you are planted!" - Mary Engelbreit.
Bloom Where You're Planted. American illustrator 1952. I wanted my heart to bloom and shelter a shadow of love.
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But when I thought of "Bloom Where You're Planted," I immediately started seeing pictures. I have purposely not looked up her version, even though I have several books about her work, so I will not be unduly influenced, and will come up with my own version. I love the vintage look and feel of these old posters and hope to replicate the cream background, adding some texture in Mary Kate's next class, Lettering II. Here's a closer look and more inspo: Warmups