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OMG! How beautiful!!It was in the upper 70's here yesterday. I wore sandals.Thursday it is supposed to snow.
We just put in some new camellias, too, but they're not as pretty as that gorgeous pink peppermint one you have!
So nice to see a smiling Amie there in your lovely garden!
Amie looks so happy! I send virtual pets and tummy rubs her way!And the posies are so pretty!
Beautiful! I'm ready to see some signs of Spring around here; alas, we are expected to get 2-4" of snow tomorrow. Again.And Newman is jealous of Amie - he wants it to be sunny & warm outside! word verificatin: purwde. And that's what your garden is, purwde!
May I come over? Now?!?!!
May spring stay in the air... and here I was excited that bulbs are creeping forth from the once again frozen ground
Beautiful. I took the camera along the creek to check the wild flowers on Sunday afternoon. There was only a single moth-eaten groundsel – or the Texas equivalent. Now I know where I should have been practicing my flower photography.
love your beautiful pics and your Amie!
Amie is beautiful.We had this lovely weather on Monday, too. Now it is cold! brrr
After yet another big storm and 8" of snow last night, Newman would like to come visit Amie until it warms up here.
We are jealous.Fenway is eager for Spring to arrive, because it's hard to chase the squirrels and rabbits when plodding through the snow. But then he'll be slipping in the mud. (And bringing it in the house) And the snow piled around my mailbox is now taller than me.
The camellias and Amie are beautiful! Good photography, too.
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