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    • I remember well what it’s like to live for months on end without flowers. I used to visit greenhouse nurseries, just so I could see colors of spring before they showed up in my yard. Be sure to take some of these flowers with you…they’re yours, after all! 🙂

    • Aaaaah, you’re polluting my garden with those terrifying gargoyles in that icon! Shoo, shoo them away!

      (You’re welcome to stay, however. A garden’s always more lovely when it’s shared with a friend.)

      • But just think of how great the fertilizer from these clowns would be. I mean can you find a more pure form of bull**it than these tools? 🙂

        Why thanks ya. You may never get me to leave your garden though. I’ll just hang out with the birds and butterflies. 🙂

      • But just think of how great the fertilizer from these clowns would be. I mean can you find a more pure form of bull**it than these tools? 🙂

        Why thanks ya. You may never get me to leave your garden though. I’ll just hang out with the birds and butterflies. 🙂

      • But just think of how great the fertilizer from these clowns would be. I mean can you find a more pure form of bull**it than these tools? 🙂

        Why thanks ya. You may never get me to leave your garden though. I’ll just hang out with the birds and butterflies. 🙂

    • Aaaaah, you’re polluting my garden with those terrifying gargoyles in that icon! Shoo, shoo them away!

      (You’re welcome to stay, however. A garden’s always more lovely when it’s shared with a friend.)

    • I know how you feel. For a long while, I lived in a place where it was dark, cold and dreary for much of the year. I’m so glad to be home again now, where there are year-’round flowers. I hope these cheered you, at least a little. 🙂

    • I know how you feel. For a long while, I lived in a place where it was dark, cold and dreary for much of the year. I’m so glad to be home again now, where there are year-’round flowers. I hope these cheered you, at least a little. 🙂

    • I know how you feel. For a long while, I lived in a place where it was dark, cold and dreary for much of the year. I’m so glad to be home again now, where there are year-’round flowers. I hope these cheered you, at least a little. 🙂

      • … I am yearning for spring! And today the house is getting colder and colder because idiot that I am I hadn;t noticed that we were running low on heating oil, and now we’ve run out !Thank goodness, I was able to get more delivered this afternoon otherwise we’d have had a cold weekend…

        • Oh, no! I’m glad you noticed before the weekend!! Here, let me make you a hot cup of tea. We’ll sit on the sofa and chat ’til the oil arrrives…nothing like friendship to keep you warm, now is there? 🙂

  1. Your flowers look beautiful!

    We don’t have any in my backyard at all, and in front, Hubby had ripped up our garden and put up a really cool rock wall, but never replanted, so I have about two flowering bushes and tons of dirt. You must really enjoy writing or reading in your backyard!

    • Thanks, Mindy! I really do cherish having flowers in my yard. I used to hate gardening when I was younger, but now it gives me a sense of peace and well-being. Will you be planting flowers this spring? It sounds like a big project, but as someone who just recently replaced most of our backyard landscaping, I can say it’s a LOT of work, but so much fun to choose plants to replace what’s been yanked out.

  2. Your flowers look beautiful!

    We don’t have any in my backyard at all, and in front, Hubby had ripped up our garden and put up a really cool rock wall, but never replanted, so I have about two flowering bushes and tons of dirt. You must really enjoy writing or reading in your backyard!

    • Thanks, I do, too. I’m glad I was able to share them with you.

      This is but one reason why I love living in SoCal…I got really lonesome for flowers when I lived in a colder climate for a while.

  3. Now are you pulling our leg? Flowers that pretty growing here in the USA? They should be in South America since it is summer time down there. Nothing here but barren farm land and barren flower beds.

    • No sir, I’m not. Those pretty flowers are home grown, right here in my Orange County back and front yards. We’ve had a stretch of summer-like weather and the plants are showing their appreciation. Really, though, we’ve got flowers blooming (of one kind or another) all year ’round. THAT’s a big reason why I live in CA and not TX.

      New icon? I like. 🙂

  4. Now are you pulling our leg? Flowers that pretty growing here in the USA? They should be in South America since it is summer time down there. Nothing here but barren farm land and barren flower beds.

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