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August 03, 2008

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Hey Lady! ~ Nice to see a new post from you & hope this note finds you well! :)

Beautiful flowers!!!

Can't wait 2 C what you are cookin' in your Hallowe'en cauldron!!! :-O)

XOXO
Chris

Oh you're such a tease! C'mon, post the link to your new blog. Now! Pretty pics! Glad that you're taking time out to smell the flowers at least :) xo

Welcome back to blogland

Dear Karen,
Such beautiful hydrangeas! You are a lucky girl.

Good for you for staying focused!!!! You go girl!
Can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve for your new blog!!!

xox
Constance

YOU! Down in Salem, so close, yet so far away; yes, not only is it summer, but a perfect one for me. Your flowers are incredible. You must water regularly. I have to or mine will all kick the bucket.

I am so very excited about your new blog!!!

Christine

Those photos and flowers are beautiful! Do you dry the hydrangeas?

Hello Karen I have so enjoyed catching up on your posts. Your daughter is so lovely it is a great photo, and a touching post.
I am looking forward to the mystery and magic oooh I like this...
See you soon.
Hugs Lynn xx

Hi Karen, it's amazing how a walk outside can do a girl good isn't it? Fabulous flowers, and I am so looking forward to your other blog link - hurry up!!
Grumpy chick in Perth
xx
Cybill

Hi there- nice to see you looked up from the Halloween Blues (scratch that-make that orange). Looking forward to the new diggs (because you don't have enough going on!!)
D.

Hello,

Hydrangeas are my most favorite flowers to make flower jewelry...I should show you the necklaces I made last Summer...

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and for your kind comments.

Do you live in Salem, Massachussets? If you do, I have been there a while ago and loved it!
~ Gabriela ~

Magic & Mystery...oh I'm intrigued?

Will you save and dry your hydrangeas?

oh my! what lovely, lovely pinks and purples. i'm jealous!

Oh wow what beautiful photos of the flowers, enjoy the rest of your Summer!

Ohhh, so pretty.

Mine are dying.

Do you have any idea why oh why my Little Lamb Hydrangeas would go from white to green to rust?

:-(

xoxo

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