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Everything’s coming up roses

Justine Fiegler and Angelica Garcia indulged in some rosy aromatherapy between customers at Canada Safeway in East Trail. The floral department has ordered in 2,500 of the fragrant flowers for Valentine’s Day. Husbands and boyfriends take note; a red rose symbolizes love; pink means happiness; yellow is friendship; and a white rose, unity. - Sheri Regnier
Justine Fiegler and Angelica Garcia indulged in some rosy aromatherapy between customers at Canada Safeway in East Trail. The floral department has ordered in 2,500 of the fragrant flowers for Valentine’s Day. Husbands and boyfriends take note; a red rose symbolizes love; pink means happiness; yellow is friendship; and a white rose, unity.
— image credit: Sheri Regnier
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