You make wishes come true when you grow towards the outcome you seek.
Good grief Angie if you were anymore creative with your words, pictures and glass I'd be so jealous I couldnt stand it! Norm and I love reading your blog! Was wondering if you could give me a lesson in glass next time your in town?rachel & Norm wilmoth farms
Oh, my, such gorgeous flowers! Thank you, Grandma!
Beautiful flowers - which reminds me. I plan on sneaking down the street, under cover of darkness, of course, and digging up some hyacinths from the yard of an empty house. That would be ok, wouldn't it?
Ellen, my dear, you would only be doing what's best for those poor, unattended flowers :) If my daffodil digging mother lived anywhere near you, I'm sure she'd volunteer to help with the mission!
oh! Thanks for sharing these!I miss growing those. We kept leaving them in the ground and they would die, or if we brought them in for the winter, they got fungus of some sort!Your Mom is good!:)
Hibiscus is what I'm going to "rescue." I knew hyacinth didn't sound right.
Hey, Sheila, this is the first year for this bunch, but she has had some purple ones and pale yellow ones in one of her flower beds that she has saved okay most years. You and Ron make up for it with your gorgeous lilies!! Rachel & Norm, don't know what Grandma has planned for us for the next couple days, but I'll try to call :)
Fabulous Dahlia's Ang - real pretty!It did my heart good to see them in way's that I can't explain here - lol!
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