#37 Phoebe Allen Memorial

By: GardenGrrl , 3:14 PM GMT on January 01, 2014

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Thanks to All that left me New Years Wishes on last years blog. Today it is time to start with a clean slate. Let this years adventures be good ones.

Blessed Be.

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46. WeatherWise
6:51 PM GMT on January 12, 2014
Wow! A lot of news on here today! Garden Girl, glad your station is up and running. I am very intrigued now - since you say it was inexpensive and came from Walmart. I want one just like it! Tell me more.

So sorry to hear about our wonderful little hummingbir mommy and hope she is okay somewhere.
Last year, I think it was some big crow or something destroyed her nesting time. It was awhile before she came back, I am thinking - and am forgetting exactly how all of that went down. Still so sorry as she was such a good little industrious mother. And I just love the thoughts of her making her nest down low enough where we can easily see it in a rose bush of all things. If I thought I could attract a hummer I would plant a hundred rose bushes. I have a wonderful collection of photos from screen capture of the rose bush hummingbird cam - Phoebe.

I have a hummer that returns to my yard each year. I have never spotted its nest but I am sure it is hidden up in the pine tree somewhere. We have the Ruby-throated Hummingbird in my area in spring through early fall. They seem to migrate in late fall. I get excited at every sighting.

Going for my walk - have a beautiful afternoon!
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11:34 PM GMT on January 11, 2014
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44. calpoppy
11:05 PM GMT on January 11, 2014
Most of the country is suffering with crazy weather and we are suffering from BORING weather, with BORING weatherpeople who think this is great weather even though we are in a severe drought but as long as they can tell everyone that it is great weather everyone starts to believe it and then when we do get rain everyone goes crazy with when will these 7 rain drops go away.... Moral don't watch California weatherpeople!!!
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43. palmettobug53
4:13 PM GMT on January 11, 2014
Found this in Phoebe's FB comments:

Commenter: I've never heard that there was more than one Phoebe. Where did you get that information?

11 hours ago..

2nd Commenter: It's my understanding that Mr. P determined that this current Phoebe was in fact the same Phoebe from the spring '13 clutches.

They are saying on the Phoebe FB page that there is a site where you can donate to the rehabber, Monica, to help with the cost of the special nectar that she feeds orphaned hummers with.

I think this is it: Link
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42. palmettobug53
2:36 PM GMT on January 11, 2014
Hi, GG.

Gonna miss that little lady but am glad Ana and Pavan are in good hands. It's the same rehabber that brought Pip to her last year.

Maybe another hummer will take up nesting in that yard and the webcam can continue. We'll just have to wait and see.

I've got other nest cams I can watch but they're all birds of prey. Phoebe's cam was unique.

Plus, she didn't gross out my coworkers during lunch.
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41. sandiquiz
2:21 PM GMT on January 11, 2014
Oops, looks like the invisible kitty has become an invisible photo. That's why I much prefer to use my own....finding images on the Internet means they might vanish after 24 hours!!

Happy Saturday to you...anything special arranged today?
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40. GardenGrrl
7:39 PM GMT on January 10, 2014
Yes, it really is sad that she is gone. I'm glad that her chicks are safe. Still it is hard to know after the years watching her that she is gone :(

WTS has some great pictures of Phoebe and the chicks in his blog.
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39. Ylee
7:38 PM GMT on January 10, 2014
My guess is that Phoebe will nest another day, if the news about another hummer running her off is true. They didn't find her dead, did they?
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38. Picatso
7:34 PM GMT on January 10, 2014
Quoting 37. GardenGrrl:
Phoebe Allen, web cam star, was an Allens hummingbird who captivated the world with her beauty, her children and devoted parenting skills.

She will be missed.


Hi GardenGrrl,

I've been watching Phoebe for years and am so sad that something happened to her. Her chicks, Ana and Pavan, are at the rehabber and she will post updates when she has time - baby hummers need lots of care and feeding.
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37. GardenGrrl
7:26 PM GMT on January 10, 2014
Phoebe Allen, web cam star, was an Allens hummingbird who captivated the world with her beauty, her children and devoted parenting skills.

She will be missed.
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36. GardenGrrl
6:29 PM GMT on January 10, 2014

A-HA! It was you fixing your weather station that caused WU to crash! I knew it! :' ) -Ylee

OOP'S! So why do they put those buttons there if we are not supposed to push them?

Today it is a wonderful 62f with rain that we really need. Tomorrow is supposed to be nice too. I am expecting chocolate in the mail so the temps are optimal :-D

Hi Shirley, I think the cold just temporarily affected the station. No doubt little geckos or something has crawled into the housing for warmth. It has fixed itself so I am not going to start taking things apart. It was a very inexpensive station I found at walmart 6-8 years ago. Has a wind meter and everything.

Hi WTS, it was actually quiet at work and I got all my chores done. Although averting catastrophe and high stake situations are exciting, I would rather not bet my profit sharing.

Hi Bug, looks like were are all coming out of the deep freeze here in the South. Just no dancing in the warmish rain without an umbrella ;)

Hi Prose, yes work is not that bad as it adds structure. Having it drilled in our heads that we must "produce" something eg; a paycheck, some type of measurable endeavor etc to be valuable, not working at a paying job can seem unfulfilling. Unfortunately, house work, however laborious has never gotten the proper respect as a vocation. Even when we can afford to nap most of the day, pursue hobbies, just veg on the couch watching TV, from childhood up it has been drilled into are heads that we must justify our time doing something "valuable". I say, if one has worked a long work week or worked all their life and finally retired, resting and enjoying leisure is a valuable use of ones time.

Hi Briar, I remember up in Minnesota after a spell of below zero weather when it got above 35 and was sunny people would be out in shorts and t-shirts. Myself included. Now with these 100f summers, anything below 60 feels cold.

Wow, your Yeti sure gets around.

Hi Tony, I would surely send you some of this warm air if possible. You are having some crazy cold cabin fever kind of temps up there.

Hi Sandi, that really is an invisible kitty. So cute. How do they know how to be that adorable?









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35. Ylee
5:06 PM GMT on January 10, 2014
A-HA! It was you fixing your weather station that caused WU to crash! I knew it! :' )
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34. sandiquiz
9:53 AM GMT on January 09, 2014
I was looking for something else when I saw this, and thought it perfect for your "invisible cat story!




If it wasn't for his pink ears and paws you would never see him:)

Hope the last day at work goes well.. hang in there, soon be the weekend followed by a short week!
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33. plapman
2:20 AM GMT on January 09, 2014
Good evening GardenGrrl.
41 sounds great to me, we're getting -30c with wind chills in the -45C (-49)range as lows.
Have a good evening.
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32. WatchinTheSky
1:55 AM GMT on January 09, 2014
Oh no! Yeti keeping an eye on Mimi ;)
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31. BriarCraft
1:06 AM GMT on January 09, 2014
What a weather wimp, complaining about 41º. The folks up north would kill for such a balmy temperature about now. Hope you're having a good work week.
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30. Proserpina
12:09 AM GMT on January 09, 2014
Hi. Forty one doesn't sound too bad to me. Here we been freezing our bald pate! You should see me in the early morning while I let Mimi walk the lawn. Yes, I am covered from head to toe and I suppose that I look like a big Yeti!

Not much to say, I have been catching up with chores and also wasting a lot of time. Well, actually I have been resting after the busy weeks surrounding Christmas. I see that you are working and then working some more. There are times when I actually miss those working days!
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29. palmettobug53
11:23 PM GMT on January 08, 2014
We finally got up into the low 40's today, with an expected low tonight of 35. I almost feel like breaking out the shorts and T shirts! Almost.

Starts raining tomorrow but I'll take rain, if it comes with higher temps and it is.
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28. WatchinTheSky
6:41 PM GMT on January 08, 2014
GG, are you saying 41 is warm?? I know Ylee was in the freezer, though it looks like his temps are on the mend as well.
Hope you don't have too much exploding imploding to prevent today :)
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27. Ylee
3:45 PM GMT on January 08, 2014
I had to use PB blaster on my anemometer at home during the deep freeze!

Think your transmitter batteries went kaput?
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26. WeatherWise
3:28 PM GMT on January 08, 2014
Hi Garden Girl - Hope your day at work goes well and would love to hear about your weather station! Hoping for a warm up in weather today! Take care. Shirley
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25. GardenGrrl
11:11 AM GMT on January 08, 2014
Good Morning it is warm today and we may get rain!
Currently, what the? two dashed lines on each of my weather station screens. Okay, WU says it's 41f.

Well got to go off to work so will respond to everyone tomorrow...and fix my weather station. Bye.
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24. sandiquiz
2:45 PM GMT on January 07, 2014
Your temperature is minus 6C - converted to 20.1f. That makes you 31 degrees celsius colder than I am, as we are sweltering in a balmy 51!!

Hope work is not too cold... do you have to go out to drive your "truck" in these temps?
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23. shoreacres
11:31 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
Love the story of the invisible cat. I understand the temptation, but I make it a point not to head off to any of the pet stores when it's adoption day. And right now there don't seem to be any strays around here, so the heartstrings aren't getting tugged that way.

Besides, I have a catsitter who clearly is a cat whisperer. There are changes afoot around here - all good - and I certainly don't want to do anything to mess that up. More about that later. It deserves a post of its own.

The plants are in or covered, the soup is on the stove and the wind still is howling. It must be just lovely up in your area. You're at 35 - but it looks like you're going to stay dry, too. I feel so sorry for the folks I know up in Michigan and Wisconsin. My Michigan friend has her power back, but it's still snowing and she was expecting another 8-10 inches today!
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22. BriarCraft
9:20 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
No more toxic soup or mud wrassling. Not this year. This year, while you rediscover art and beauty and strength through peace, I hope you'll remember to take your camera along for the ride. I look forward to sharing the journey and encouraging you. Remember your WUfriends are hanging out in your camera bag, just waiting to be let out.

I got a kick out of your "invisible cat" story. I'm with Bug, if I'd got to the point of touching, I would have caved, too. I've made it a firm policy not to touch any warm, fuzzy, loveable critter for several years and have only caved once in that time. No regrets, even though I have become semi-allergic to cats since I quit smoking seven years ago. Zyrtec is wonderful.
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21. WatchinTheSky
7:14 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
Got to be careful on those trips for doggie bags ;) That was a close one! Good thing Roxie had your back. Theia says "What?!"
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20. palmettobug53
3:54 PM GMT on January 05, 2014
Hi, GG.

My Tardis is on the blink, so the chili cook off is cancelled. I don't know what's the matter with the thing; I need to call in a Tardis repairman!

My chili turned out tasty but a little on the soupy side. No matter. It still hits the spot.

How you managed to walk out of the pet store without that kitten, I don't know. If I'd gotten to the point where I was holding and cuddling it, I'd have caved. I am so softhearted and I feel so sorry for them but I have to remember my limitations.

Food and vet bills rank high, in that respect. I had a dog and three cats at one time and it was just too much. I believe that if you have a pet, you must take care of them. I managed but just barely.

Then, there's Gus. I really don't think he'd be agreeable to sharing his house with another four legged child. He's still a bit insecure, which I'm sure stems from those months that he was on the street. If I'd already had a cat, when I took him in, that would be one thing. But to add another, when he's the only one? I don't think it would be fair to him.
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19. GardenGrrl
11:27 AM GMT on January 05, 2014
Good Morning All, the cold front has come in (again) although I was expecting colder this morning so will not complain. It is the start of the long work week after a very nice time off.

Hi Calpoppy, I am actually excited about your trip. It is going to be so fun to have a mobile base camp to go see the world in. Can't wait for the pictures and stories of how it went. Is it possible to attach a peacock roost to the back so they can come with ;)

Hi Ylee, oh yeah, that would be a great use of the Tardis. The whole needing sleep thing but so many other things we want to do problem would be solved.

Hi Sandi, yes Roxie is an unusual dog and very smart. Funny is that I did not seem to be allergic to that kitten. Some cats I can be around. Then again have to honor the pets I have first, so Roxie gets to be the only fur critter as she seemed to feel so strongly about it.
Will just have to settle for admiring handsome Max.
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18. sandiquiz
8:39 AM GMT on January 05, 2014
Oh, a Tardis...never mind using it for a work nap, Ylee, we could 'visit' our Wu friends. What would the neighbours say if a blue Police box landed in your garden!! Lol

Funnily enough, I have been watching the reruns of David Tenant's Dr Who, and enjoying every moment....but I still prefer Matt Smith - he just had something about him. He was a sensitive, funny clown, with a steely determination to protect everyone, even though he knew his own time was running out.

Loved the tale of the invisible cat....what a clever dog Roxie is...she was saving you from years of allergic misery :-(

Here's a photo of Max last night. Taken with my phone so not so good as it might have been, but I wanted to capture how he sleeps. He always wraps his long tail around his paws...three of them here, and the other leg was hanging down.


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17. Ylee
8:03 AM GMT on January 05, 2014
A Tardis sounds wonderful, if nothing more than somewhere to go for a nap! Just take off for an hour or so in Tardis time, then return five minutes later in real time after the nap! ;' )
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16. calpoppy
1:20 AM GMT on January 05, 2014
Oh, GG your strength in resisting the kitty is, well amazing, LOL! Don't know if I could do it, even if Mr. P would have much to say about it!!!

We are getting ready for our Maiden Voyage! We have a check list and might be out for more then the two days planned, who knows maybe Death valley for a couple of days. We have plenty of food, the pups have their toys, I have my camera, and Mr. P is just plain ready to get out of here, LOL!

And peace will come to you :))))
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15. GardenGrrl
1:15 AM GMT on January 05, 2014
The Invisible Cat.

Today it was 67 and WINDY, but we went walking around some ponds in Coppell before the deepfreeze moves in overnight.

Being responsible pet owners we realized Miss Roxie is almost out of doggie bags during our walk and headed directly to PetSmart after circling the two ponds full of various water birds including a large white pelican.

It was "Adopt A Rescue Kitty" day! I love cats. I am also allergic to most of them. They had about thirty cats up for adoption and everyone of them adorable. Then, oh heart be still, I saw the most beautiful kitty ever. A tiny five month old grey and black spotted leopard. It looked just like one of those high dollar Bengal cats only prettier.

The rescue ladies are quick to spot weakness. Kitty was out of the carrier, plopped into my arms and they ushered Spouse, Roxie and myself into the free play booth. Kitty was sleepy and just snuggled into the arms of whoever held him. His fur was soft like a bunnies. I'm falling in love.

Then the strangest thing took place. Roxie went into only what I can describe as "emergency adorable mode". Usually she gets kind of pushy and obnoxious when another animal hogs the attention. Instead she got all doey eyed, making good eye contact with me and completely ignored the kitten. She would not look at the kitten. She would not sniff the kitten when it was brought close to her. Roxie acted like there was no one else in the room but us and we were her entire world. She lives only to please us.

Smart dog. I can't think of a better way to communicate that she does not want to share the lime light with another impossibly cute critter. Roxie looked pretty doggone happy and not the least bit smug when we left PetSmart without a kitty.

Hi Weather Wise, welcome. Lots of great folks here.

Hi Ylee, have to agree with you. Wu Ville is kind of a magical place. Windows to the world, history, humor, all we need is Tardis that serves coffee.

Hi Bug, will definitely be chili and soup weather by tomorrow around here. Now we need a Tardis so we can have a chili cook off.

Hi Sandi, will most definitely need reminding if I over look them while getting the wrapping paper.

According to Roxie, Max is the only handsome feline allowed here...as long as it is only a photo and he keeps his cuteness across the pond.

HI WTS, Phinney looks really cute. Syd just raised his mohawk in salute.
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14. WatchinTheSky
11:35 PM GMT on January 04, 2014
That sounds like a good plan for all, GG!

Was not good viewing here for sky show, sparklers would have been much better ;)

Phin (aka McScruff the Pinhead) sporting a mini mohawk says 'Hey Syd!'

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13. sandiquiz
9:46 PM GMT on January 04, 2014
I will try to remind you about the crackers in about 11 months time!!

There will be adventures with Max, who at the moment is fast asleep in his chair, after running around the conservatory for ten minutes as though the devil himself was after him!
lol

Oh, Bug, you are funny:-)

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12. palmettobug53
5:43 PM GMT on January 04, 2014
Hi, GG.

As for the good luck and lottery win this year, one can always hope!

I think that's why I like it here so much; it's like an island of sanity. Really, Ylee? I always thought it was an island of insanity, though the people are nice. Kooky but nice. lol

Need to make a run to the grocer. Hubby has expressed a wish for a pot of homemade chili. With the temps chilly as they are, chili sounds good. Easy to make, too, which is always a plus!

Chili, chilly, chili, chilly, willy nilly and awaaaaaaay I go!
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11. Ylee
7:33 AM GMT on January 04, 2014
I can understand you wanting to find peace and grow in spirit, GG. Seems like all I ever do is battle, somedays. I think that's why I like it here so much; it's like an island of sanity.

Take care, and good luck.
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10. WeatherWise
1:20 AM GMT on January 04, 2014
Hi Garden Girl! Thanks for visiting my blog! Just getting started! A lot to learn! Great info about the meteor showers tonight! Think it will be cold for me to even take a peek! Have a great weekend! Shirley
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9. GardenGrrl
7:32 PM GMT on January 03, 2014
And time to catch up on the rest of my blog.
Hi Mom, Happy New Year!

Hi WTS, perhaps we can find some sparklers, wave those around and call it good this evening.

Hi Barb, you definitely have a great view out of your window. I really like the videos you posted of the miniature world in Hamburg in your blog.

Hi Skye, I'm looking forward to another year of trying to predict weather for my area by looking at the world wide graphics you post in your blog.

Hi Bug, while watching the New Years programs on TV I made the spouse recite "White Rabbits" for every time zone. This has to work right? Let's go buy a lotto ticket now. If I win I am going to art school and travel but not necessarily in that order.

Hi Tony, with these unbelievable cold fronts I'm guessing one of your resolutions is not to get frost bite. Brrrrr. Stay warm and safe. Skritchs and pets for Abbey.

Hi Sandi, Seems like a month or two ago we were doing this. Am looking forward to more of your photography and adventures with Max. You know I went and bought some Christmas crackers for 50% off to use for next year. Pretty sure if I store them with the wrapping paper they will be remembered.

Hi Briar, my plans for the New Years are sort of represented by the lotus flower I sent out. It is one of my favorite photos that I have taken.

For some Eastern religions, the water lily because it starts from the mud yet becomes a pure and beautiful flower stands for achieving spiritual progress and embracing life's beauty.

A closed lotus flower represents the beginning of the journey. An open flower represents achieving enlightenment.

Over the last couple years, from fighting cancer, fighting to keep my job, fueling my energy with anger to just keep going, I have survived but lost touch with enjoying the beauty in the world. Fighting for everything makes a toxic soup for the spirit.

This year I want to spend more time rising above the mud and embracing art, beauty, and seeking to find energy through a calm spirit instead of an angry one.

The idea of finding strength through peace has become so foreign to me over the last few years that is time to start that journey again.

Peace From the Blog Porch
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8. WatchinTheSky
5:53 PM GMT on January 03, 2014
Happy First Friday, GG! Although this going back to work after almost 2 weeks off is for the birds ;) At least it is a short week!

I'll have to peek outside tomorrow morning if I am up for the meteors - not setting an alarm, though! Still dragging from new year's eve...

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7. GardenGrrl
5:21 PM GMT on January 03, 2014
Happy First Friday of 2014! IT will start with a bang, by bringing in the first meteor shower of the year. The Quadrantids Meteor Shower. With a new moon, and clear sky the meteors should be visible. If one lived in Asia, the peak has already happened there.

Tonight in North America we can expect 20-30 meteors per hour. Look Northeast towards the Big Dipper. Also, it is really cold out. (Did I need to tell you that?) Bundle up. Bring hot cocoa or coffee. The meteors generally show up between 1am and 4am.

Not sure if I will be awake to see them. I'm really allergic to cold weather ;) For you hearty souls, however, this could be a fun activity if you don't have to be anywhere Saturday morning.
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6. BriarCraft
12:25 AM GMT on January 03, 2014
I remember when you took that picture at Lake Lewisville back in September. It was my favorite of your 2013 photos.

Okay, I remembered the photo, but didn't remember the date or location. And I did remember where to go to look it up. That counts for something.

Rather than New Years Resolutions, I think it's fun to find out about folks' New Years Plans. My plan is to go on a few overnight photo shoots, exploring eastern Washington and maybe a teensy bit of NE Oregon and/or a slice of western Idaho. In many ways, that will be better than a big vacation. It is definitely already giving me some fun researching places and sights I want to see and shoot. Anticipation can be as much fun as doing, as long as the doing actually gets to happen.

So what about you? What fun thing are you looking forward to in 2014???
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5. sandiquiz
3:21 PM GMT on January 02, 2014
I like the first of January..a new year, a new calendar and diary, and a new incentive to do better than the last year, one hopes!!!
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4. plapman
9:50 PM GMT on January 01, 2014
Happy New Year GardenGrrl.
May it be a good one.
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3. palmettobug53
4:35 PM GMT on January 01, 2014
White Rabbits X3, GG.

I hope that they're more powerful on the first day of the new year. I said it several times just after midnight, just to be sure!
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2. Skyepony (Mod)
4:34 PM GMT on January 01, 2014
Happy New Year!!!!
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1. barbamz
4:27 PM GMT on January 01, 2014

Happy new year to you too with this pic I took just after midnight.
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