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Jane

I love your paths. What a nice son you have. Thanks for the "magic concoction" recipe. Just spotted hoof prints in my garden the other day. Happy jam making!

Jane

Vee

Lots of news! The deer looks very handsome as he chows down on your roses. Accckkk!

The garden paths look wonderful and clean. How do you keep them so pristine?

Congrats on ten years! That's amazing. And thank you for the easy access to the state flowers...I have a file folder filled with them. I still hope to do it one day, even a miniature version.

Carol

Lots going on with you! The paths look great. Now I am racing over to see those flower blocks that I love so much!!

Susan

Your garden looks wonderful. :)

Jackie

Your garden looks wonderful! Congratulations on 10 years and thank you for the new post-you have been missed!

Velma

I know this is always a busy time for you with your garden, canning and jam making. I'm so glad to see you have returned to your blog. You were missed. Congratulations on your 10 years and I hope there are many more to come.

Daisy Debs

I wish you lived next door to me : )

Delia

Congratulations on your Tenth Anniversary!
Quite an achievement. With the choices of Tin, Aluminum, or Diamonds....Diamonds are a girl's best friend.
I was hoping you would return to blogging. Your collections are wonderful and so joyful.
Thank you.
D in RB

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