The Blog Is Ours ha ha ha

By: GardenGrrl , 4:24 PM GMT on September 20, 2012

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Sure this was just going to be a photo blog of my latest trip to Lake Lewisville, but then the last two comments from the Star Trek blog got me thinking it would be nice to continue the theme.

Star Trek is a story of adventure and possibilities. It shows how imagination can take us places. It can open doors to a better reality. Imagination makes day to day existence brighter. It is something that can flower into beauty.

So that's the lofty side of imagination. At a more pedestrian level, it's regular people entertaining each other with stories, homemade crafts, new recipes, doodles, puns. Imagination is the seasoning at the banquet of life.

So tell a joke, post a photo-shopped picture or your original art. Post a recipe you made up. Heck, use your imagination and post whatever makes you smile.

I will of course use this as an opportunity to post gratuitous pictures of my corgi ;)

From the previous blog, thanks to all who stopped by and wished me happy birthday and stuff.

Calpoppy, you are lucky to have a friend with worms...okay that doesn't sound right, but you know what I mean. That would be great for the garden.

Hi Sp, it's tradition to post at the change. Will come by your blog soon :-D

Hi WxWyz, I'm just hoping to keep my warp core from dropping out when I need it most.

Plapman, It's getting cold enough to chase the geese out now. I'll be watching for them and keeping the feeders full for little guys coming from Canada to Texas for the winter.

Airman45, d@it Jim, I'm a doctor not an escalator.

Mass, glad to here your power is up and roof intact. That was some storm over your way.

Okay, going to try to copy Briar and Sandi's posts.

Quoting BriarCraft:
Your temp is 82 at mid-afternoon. It really is cooling down there.

So after -- how long??? -- with 100+ temps, are you wearing a sweater today?

Replacing lawn with rock or mulch, planted with some shrub robes might not be a bad idea. It could be quite attractive as well as requiring less water and TLC.

As long as you remember to set aside a special little corner for your garden pixies.



And since I know you have a few pixie friends, you might want to check out "Garden Pixies and The Spring Flower Show"




I think that sort of worked. I know I have two quotes of your posts in the last blog now.

Here's Sandi's


Ooh, pixies and fairies :-)

I agree with BC, you must leave room for them.

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65. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
12:46 AM GMT on October 05, 2012
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64. BriarCraft
7:53 PM GMT on October 03, 2012
Auntie Briarcraft!!! Yippee! I've been adopted into the family!

Welcome home, niece.
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63. Ylee
4:24 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Remember GG, you can't take any critters home from the zoo! :)

Have a safe trip home!
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62. GardenGrrl
3:54 PM GMT on October 02, 2012
Hi All, thanks for coming by. Am on my sisters computer. We are having a blast! Going out the door in a minute to Tampa Zoo.

Syd. Roxie. I'll be home tomorrow, you guys better have the house clean.

Good thing Auntie Briarcraft was watching. Not sure I could explain stuffed and mounted burglars to the police...But really officers, I was in Florida, don't know how they got that way.

Thanks for coming by All, signing out from sisters porch.
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61. Proserpina
10:46 AM GMT on October 01, 2012
Happy October Pictures, Images and Photos
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60. Ylee
8:38 AM GMT on October 01, 2012


White rabbits, GG! Hope you're having a great time!
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59. sandiquiz
7:43 AM GMT on October 01, 2012


October: tenth month of the year,
Comes the winds, first frosts appear.
Takes the warmth from pure blue skies,
Opal mists, sun rays disguise,
Beguiles our hearts with morning's mild
Evenings come with weather wild,
Relinquishing our summer

Wishing you a very happy, healthy and safe month.
PS - hope you still having fun!
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58. BriarCraft
1:04 AM GMT on October 01, 2012
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57. sp34n119w
8:39 PM GMT on September 29, 2012
Roxie's already adored by everyone!
Too cute, those two! And, hey, if they're going to eat pizza, at least it's while someone else is there to clean up the mess ;)
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56. sandiquiz
6:06 AM GMT on September 29, 2012
Hope you are having fun and the "kiddies" are behaving for the sitters!

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55. Ylee
7:38 AM GMT on September 27, 2012
If you get thrown in jail, or get into any other trouble, just call OGal; she'll bail you out pronto! :)

Have fun!
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54. sandiquiz
6:52 AM GMT on September 27, 2012
Oh.... leaving those two in charge? Are you sure you will have a home to come back to! lol

Have fun!
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53. juslivn
2:59 AM GMT on September 27, 2012
Heeee heee ROTF. This is too funny!

Have a great time GG!

Syd and Roxie, we've got our eyes on you ;)
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52. calpoppy
2:41 AM GMT on September 27, 2012
Have a super super super time!!!! Take lots of pictures and eat lots of bad for you but taste good food!
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51. GardenGrrl
1:08 AM GMT on September 27, 2012
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50. GardenGrrl
1:37 PM GMT on September 26, 2012


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49. GardenGrrl
1:34 PM GMT on September 26, 2012
Okay, got to pack,clean etc. Thanks for coming by All!

Hi Sandi, I am so not going to get any sleep this week should be fun.

Hi Shore, that does win for the prettiest dragon fly ever. So glad you are a photo taker and not a "pin-sticker". Remember those collections?
Oh dear, the Vince Lombardi scandel. I dare not draw any similarities to other venerated prophets ;)

Sp, really don't know which one deserves the loudest; Wah, wah, wah. However the combo has me laughing and trying to sing something else to get the Picard shirt tugging and the song "marzy doats and oats and oats and little lambs skidiving." (old old song) out of my head that the first picture got started.

Ylee, chocolate shake. Now that is some wonderful island decadence. Do you suppose they have hotfudge sundaes too?

Bye All :-D
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48. sp34n119w
4:36 AM GMT on September 26, 2012
Maybe this is better ...



this used to drive me nuts when watching the show and I can't believe someone put them all together!
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47. Ylee
10:12 PM GMT on September 25, 2012
I'd rather envision a large chocolate shake in a frosty mug with whipped cream on top at the Kep Lounge! Heck, I'd take one here! :)

Have a good trip!
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46. sp34n119w
8:29 PM GMT on September 25, 2012
Under the category "pun" -


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hahahahahaha!!!
Well, it cracked me up ;)

If you're getting ready to go, gg ... have a fantastic time!
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45. shoreacres
6:25 PM GMT on September 25, 2012
Are you about ready to head off on your trip? I'm thinking "yes" - I know you'll have a wonderful time.

I did bring you one of the funnier pieces I've found re: current events. Knowing a little about the midwest makes it funnier. You qualify! Seething Midwest Explodes Over Texan's Lombardi Cartoons An excerpt:

..."While Wisconsin culture is tolerant compared to, say, Iowa, what many outsiders don't understand is that its ultimate taboo is graven images of Lombardi," said Nigel Rhys-Jones of Harvard's Institute of Primitive Anthropology. "The only Lombardi iconography allowed is allegorical, in throw blankets or needlepoint appliques, and must be purchased at craft fairs from chubby Lutheran women in windbreakers. For a Cowboy fan to make cartoons of the Vince is... let's just say the ultimate sacrilege."

Also, I made a little discovery Sunday afternoon. I'd gone down to ride the Galveston ferry with a friend who'd never done it. One thing led to another, and we landed down at the Anahuac Wildlife Refuge. It's a beautiful place, and it will be even better once the migratory birds get down here.

Anyway, I got a pic of the most amazing dragonfly I've ever seen. It's called a Crimson Marsh Glider, and its native habitat is (are you ready?) the Indian subcontinent. It's all over Thailand, India, and so on. The scientific name is trithemis aurora.

It's an unusual find, for sure. But here's the thing - it has been sighted before here in the US. I found one sighting up near Dallas in some garden or other, and another 2010 sighting in the urban wetlands of Greenwood Cemetery in Orlando. If you haven't seen one, you might!

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44. sandiquiz
10:56 AM GMT on September 25, 2012
Just in case I don't get back before you pack up and leave, let me be the first to wish you a VERY HAPPY holiday..... Florida won't know what hit it!!

Have fun, be silly and enjoy :-)
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43. GardenGrrl
10:14 AM GMT on September 25, 2012
Hi Sandi, yes, that one. What a great shot. Makes me think perhaps swans come from water lilys instead of eggs...it could happen ;)

Hi Plapman, yes, when the rifles come out it's time to fly south. Checked out the wiki for the marsh. Looks like a great place to go birding.

Hi Rob, my sister is a Gemini. There are some similarities. Although I'm sure you don't have red hair and a girlish figure.

Hi Ylee, of course you can be imaginative. Now that it's cold out imagine your warm while scraping frost off the windshield. Envision a frosty mug of rootbeer while lounging at Kep Lodge.

Hi Briar, you know once I get back from Florida I'm going to have to order the pixie coffee mug from the online Garden Pixie store.
Oh and I love Kim Harrison, she is a hoot. Right up there with Janet Evanovich. One does need an imagination to really enjoy that style of writing.
And John Lennon. His name says it all.
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42. BriarCraft
2:06 AM GMT on September 25, 2012
"If you can imagine it, you can achieve it; if you can dream it, you can become it." --William Arthur Ward




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41. BriarCraft
2:01 AM GMT on September 25, 2012
Not original, but fits the theme. Oh, and I'm glad I was able to inspire you. Or corrupt you. Whichever... >8^}

Excerpt from Dead Witch Walking by Kim Harrison. The main character is a witch and her sidekick is a pixy.

“Who am I kidding?” I whispered, pulling the strap of my bag farther up my shoulder. I hadn’t been sent to tag a witch in a month: unlicensed, white, dark, or otherwise. Bringing in the Mayor’s son in for wereing outside of a full moon probably hadn’t been the best idea.

A sleek car turned the corner, looking black in the buzz of the mercury streetlamp. This was the third time around the block for it. A grimace tightened my face as it approached, slowing. “Damn it,” I whispered. “I need a darker door front.”

“He thinks you’re a hooker, Rachel,” my backup snickered into my ear. “I told you the red halter was slutty.”

“Anyone ever tell you that you smell like a drunk bat, Jenks?” I muttered, my lips barely moving. Backup was unsettlingly close tonight, having perched himself on my earring. Big dangling thing—the earring, not the pixy. I’d found Jenks to be a pretentious snot with a bad attitude and a temper to match. But he knew what side of the garden his nectar came from. And apparently pixies were the best they’d let me take out since the frog incident. I would have sworn fairies were too big to fit into their mouths.

I eased forward to the curb as the car squished to a wet-asphalt halt. There was the whine of an automatic window as the tinted glass dropped. I leaned down, smiling my prettiest as I flashed my work ID. Mr. One Eyebrow’s leer vanished and his face went ashen. The car lurched into motion with a tiny squeak of tires. “Day-tripper,” I said in disdain. No, I thought in a flash of chastisement. He was a norm, a human. Even if they were accurate, the terms day-tripper, domestic, squish, off-the-rack, and my personal favorite, snack, were politically frowned upon. But if he was picking strays up off the sidewalk in the Hollows, one might call him dead.
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40. Ylee
10:44 PM GMT on September 24, 2012
Hi! We had frost! I don't have time to be imaginative today! :)
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39. RobDaHood
2:11 PM GMT on September 24, 2012
LOL
I don't know if I'm a wonderful person, I've just learned that it takes a lot less energy to be kind than to be mean. It's also more rewarding. It makes me feel good about myself when I encourage others.

As for being talented, I'm a Gemini. I enjoy trying lots of different things, most of them I'm not great at, but that's not the point. The journey is at least as important as the destination.

I have a brain that is constantly busy. There are a couple downsides to that. Makes it hard to get to sleep at night, and also, if I don't find interesting stuff to keep it busy it will dwell on bad stuff.

I do still play drums when I get the chance. Doesn't happen very often and I don't have a set in the house now. (No Room) But I might change that one day.

Time to get some work done...
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38. plapman
12:16 PM GMT on September 24, 2012
Good morning GardenGrrl.
I now know why the geese have left. I read today that waterfowl hunting season is in full swing.
Portage, with the delta marsh, just north of the city is a world renowned duck and goose hunting area. There have been numerous actors and other celebrities here for the hunting season.
I included a link on the history of the marsh if your interested.

Enjoy the day.Delta Marsh
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37. sandiquiz
10:25 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
Is this the one you mean?


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36. GardenGrrl
10:13 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
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35. GardenGrrl
10:10 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
Good Morning All,
Here is something interesting I read in Skyponys blog; because of this years severe drought farmers have been feeding their cows cookies, gummy bears, marshmellows, candy and junk food to make up for the starch missing from no corn.
So if the milk from the grocer seems sweeter...

Hi Rob, sounds like you have a lot of talents. Guess my best talents are stirring things up and causing minor mischief ;-) although with age that has calmed a bit.

Hi Prose, cool picture of Holly Hocks. They remind me of orderly morning glories. The butterflies are cute but I bet the painting looks just as good underneath.
I remember some watercolors you posted a few years back that were amazing. They reminded me of the Texas Hill Country in spring.

Hi Plapman, I do rather miss the easy phone only cells for size, simplicity and durability. Smartphones require a whole lot more care. All the toys are really fun though.

Hi Sandi, that's a neat shot with the background. Isn't Pikmonkey fun to play with? Of course a lot of your regular photos are really nice too. My favorite is still the "Swan-O-Lilly" where you got the backside of a swan and it looked like a lily.
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34. sandiquiz
6:48 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
Back at work? Hope the bat cave behaves! I can never remember which week you are on - long or short. Hope it is short, so you get an extra day to play with!

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33. Proserpina
1:42 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
Rob, I read the two posts with the excerpts from your book. While reading the first post, Gabriel Garcia Marquez came to mind and his magic reality technique-themes.

The second post, the one that introduces Eve, is more of futuristic reality. I am so curious to see how you meld the two ideas together. I do find the two excerpts very interesting and intriguing.

I do hope that you finish the book and publish it. I would buy it and read it! Best wishes.
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32. Proserpina
1:23 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
Rob, what a wonderful person you are! Thank you so much.

Do you still play drums? Musical talent is truly a gift.

I will look for the excerpts in a few seconds. It seems to me that you are one talented person, musician, writer, ceramic art, drawings. I really do hope that you will show us some of your art work!
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31. RobDaHood
12:21 AM GMT on September 24, 2012
Prose,
My book excerpts are above, on this blog.

No need to be shy, I've seen some very WUnderful stuff posted by you on the blogs. Believe in yourself. I do!

I remember one night long ago, I had played drums since the 5th grade, but it was my first night on stage in a nightclub with a band playing for money. I was so nervous, but then it occurred to me...if anyone out there could be doing this, they would. Maybe I wasn't the best drummer, but I was the best one there that night.

So, I guess what I am saying is, if you have talents, share them with the world. Maybe you don't believe that what you do is anything special, but here, you are among friends. We appreciate you and your talents.
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30. Proserpina
10:27 PM GMT on September 23, 2012
Rob, it would be real nice to see your work. I am shy, believe it or not, but I force myself to share my paintings. At this point everybody knows that it is a hobby and not a career for me, so I share my hobby. I hope you will too.
Thank you for your nice comments.
I'll visit your blog to see if the book excerpts are still there.
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29. RobDaHood
9:30 PM GMT on September 23, 2012
I wanted to thank those who sent me WUmail about my book excerpts. Thank you for your kind words and encouragement.

I've written a lot of technical stuff, but never any fiction.

I also promised GG some pics of ceramic art and maybe, though I am a bit shy about it, some drawings. I have to take pics, some of which is stuff at my parents house, and do scans of the art. Will try to get something up tomorrow.
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28. RobDaHood
9:26 PM GMT on September 23, 2012
Sandi,
Very nice!
Thanks for sharing.

Prose,
I can't imagine anything there needing hiding, but lovely post. Thanks!
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27. Proserpina
4:34 PM GMT on September 23, 2012
IMG_4831kframedandbutterflies_zps19a6ab8a

Here is my latest 'creation' with added imaginary butterflies. They also serve to cover a few spots I do not like in the painting!
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26. plapman
12:08 PM GMT on September 23, 2012
good morning GardenGrrl.
I like my phones small, I carry a small Blackberry Pearl on my belt. You must have a large purse to want a tablet sized phone.:)
The Queen wanted a cell phone that was just a phone, impossible to get now. I dug into the horde and found my first cell, and old Motorola that is just a phone. When we took it in to be reactivated the tech was amazed that it still used rechargeable AAA batteries for power. When turned on it still picked up the home network and works perfectly to make calls. With everyone texting I wonder how long it will be before humans can't talk anymore but text each other to have a conversation. I think it's funny to see the kids walking along the street with their heads down watching the phone for text messages.
great photo art, I've told my daughter about Picmonkey but I'm not sure if she's used it yet.
i think your right about the geese heading south for the winter. I haven't heard any flying overhead in a while. It's good your kind enough to feed the Canadian refuges who are lucky enough to escape our cold winters.
Enjoy your day.
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25. sandiquiz
8:12 PM GMT on September 22, 2012
Ooh, I love that textured background from PicMonkey.... and love your moon shot!

I used it on a wind vane - lol

Wind vane in Henley

PM doesn't work on an IPad, so I had to download a photo editing app, but not a patch on PM
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24. RobDaHood
7:59 PM GMT on September 22, 2012
Really nice stuff GG!

Yeah, the guys got a kick out of your "plumbing vid".
Thanks!

I know there are a lot of really creative folks here on WU.
Hope to see more of them sharing some of their stuff on here!

I might have a thing or two more to share, but want to hear from more of you.
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23. GardenGrrl
7:53 PM GMT on September 22, 2012
Here's a bit of photo art I did the other day. That is a day shot of the moon with the exposure played with on PikMonkey.



Same photo with wallpaper.

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22. GardenGrrl
7:37 PM GMT on September 22, 2012
Hi All, it is back to 98f on the blog porch. Poor Roxie will not get a trip to the dog park.
The dishwasher went kapute. Was hoping to install a new one last night. Alas, Home Depot does not keep them in stock and the new one will arrive next Thursday.
It's a Made-In-America Maytag.

Hi Sandi, if it was only that easy to erase parts of us. I would eat more donuts. Did do a forced march out to the yard yesterday to water. The plants do look happier for it.

Hi Sp, my first thought was; that's an official Navy video? Really!!?? Had been hearing so much about the new Gangnam Style dance craze that I had to look it up. This whole thing started with a Korean pop star called Psy. Gangnam is a rich suburb in S. Korea and he was poking fun at it...thus imitating riding ponies. This video version was much more fun than the Korean version.

Hi Rob, that would be fun. Sent you a video I found while looking up how to change out a dishwasher.

Hi Plapman, so your dad was kind of a wild man. Yes you may very well have siblings overseas. Wouldn't it be something if someone looked you up one day.

Hi Prose, those are gorgeous morning glories. You have really got an eye for putting together the photo collages. I haven't tried that yet but it is on my list of many things to learn about post processing photos.


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21. Proserpina
1:36 PM GMT on September 22, 2012
I'll be back later to read the new blog, it looks interesting.
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20. Proserpina
1:36 PM GMT on September 22, 2012
Photobucket

Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.
George Eliot
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19. plapman
10:56 AM GMT on September 22, 2012
Good morning GardenGrrl.
It is good my father returned or I wouldn't be here today.
There's a strange story to go with his recovery period in Scotland. After he passed in 1980 I requested his military records to go with the medals, hat pin and shoulder patch he had kept. What I received was a daily report from his CO reporting on what my father had done the previous day. he was a bad boy near the end of his recovery and was reported AWOL many times for not returning to the hospital at night. At one time he had requested and received permission to marry a Scottish lady. As far s I know the marriage never took place. My mother told me the lady was killed in a bombing raid. Who knows I may have unknown siblings in Scotland.
Enjoy the day while we, on the Northern Edge of the prairie, prepare for winter and 4-5 months of freezing temps.
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18. sandiquiz
7:30 AM GMT on September 22, 2012
Hope you managed your nap, and felt better after it. Did the garden ever get watered?
We get temperature swings this time of the year, too, but nothing as violent as yours.
It can make it up to high 60's during the day and drop to low 40's during the night..... But soon it will be struggling to get above 40 both day and night! Brrr, time for the winter underwear! Lol

Have a good Saturday.
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17. RobDaHood
9:37 PM GMT on September 21, 2012
You know, Pottery has been working furiously on the photography studio. I think he should make us a dance video!
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16. sp34n119w
9:03 PM GMT on September 21, 2012
Oh. My.
Middies have changed a bit since I lived in Annapolis! LOL
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15. sandiquiz
6:44 PM GMT on September 21, 2012
Quoting GardenGrrl:
Hi All, a favor please...could you go to the top of the blog and + Sandi's entry. I accidently hit the minus and it makes her blog hide.


Hey, do you think if I clicked my minus button half of me might disappear!! lol
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