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Monday, March 19, 2007

Here are some pictures I have taken in the past few years of some of the posies in my yard.
So get your shovel and rake out, oil the wheelbarrow axel and dig out your elbow grease. The fun begins!
We'll fight bugs and slugs, snails, and rabbits, deer and crow, squirrel and mole, Torrents of rain, and gusty winds. Cold rain will run from the tip of our nose like a small creek, our hands become blistered and calloused, and our back will complain bitterly.
Then one fine summer day we can stroll in the sun through our precious posypatch and enjoy the rewards of our labor.
Making Honey
Sunlight Play On Zinnia
Orange Star
Star Of The Show, Morning Glory

Meet The Viola Family
A Dandy Little Lion

Orchid Violet
Prim As A Primrose
The Lovely Anemone



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