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Saturday, June 11, 2016

Morning

                                       Very nice morning gift from the front yard!


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    1. I think so too. They are blooming like crazy this year

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  2. So beautiful. I wish I had such pretty flowers.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. They are great, all they require of me is an occasional pruning. Other than that they just grow and do heir thing.

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    2. It's difficult to grow flowers where I live because we don't have good soil. I do have some nice ones in pots, but not a lot. I can't really garden because I know nothing about it and won't bother to learn because it would be too hard on my back. Darn!

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  3. Something to look forward to because we only have the tiniest of buds. Yours are beautiful.

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  4. Mine are loaded and insanely full this year. Of course everyone else has the same so this must be the year of perfect growing conditions for them.

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    1. I love them because they are idiot proof in my yard.

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  6. Your front yard is very nice to you!! So I have to ask a stupid Northern question? When you say morning, do you mean good morning?

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    1. Yep! Unless it is later in the Morning and then I just say Hey y'all!

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    2. You made me smile! My dad used to say that and then he would palm my head and give it a shake. I guess "morning" is a southern thing.
      Now the real question, how do you say mayonnaise? Everyone her says mayOnnaise. I say it wrong but can't seem to stop. I say MayNaise. No, O. I have often wondered if maybe I picked it up from my dad but I can't remember how he said it. Or maybe I had wax in my ears when I learned it.

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    3. Mayonnaise = Man Naise 2 syllables with the inflection on the 2nd syllable.

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    4. I guess I had wax in my ears when I learned it. Den says I should just say mayo.

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    5. I called my sister just to double check and asked her to pronounce the word as I spelled it to her. It is definitely Man Naise. Though we do use the term mayo occasionally

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    1. Thank you, they are idiot proof additions to my yard!

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