Smith River, Calif. is called the Easter Lily capital of the world.The lily is a large, trumpet-shaped, fragrant white flower that symbolizes life, hope, and purity. About 95 percent of the world’s Easter lily bulbs grow along the California and Oregon border. Bulb production in the United States began after World War I when an American soldier brought a suitcase full of lily bulbs from Japan and distributed them to friends and neighbors along the southern Oregon coast.~Flower Power
Hello and welcome to episode 78…of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… leave no stone unturned
Leave no stone unturned. Explore the beauty of your life. ~Neil Gaiman
leave no stone unturned… if you say that you will leave no stone unturned, you are emphasizing that you will try everything possible to achieve what you want… to do everything you can in order to find something or to solve a problem
She did everything possible to find her birth mother.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… leave no stone unturned
She left no stone unturned searching for her birth mother.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … leave no stone unturned
We will leave no stone unturned to find out who stole your identity.
During their investigation, the detectives left no stone unturned.
Both sides agreed to leave no stone unturned in an effort to find peace.
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Thank you for listening, and the next idiom is… to die for