Saturday, September 03, 2016
Saturday, March 05, 2016
My most recent Pansy news. The same Pansy as I the previous post has survived many winter snowstorms and as the snow
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Thursday, November 26, 2015
A check in my flower bed this morning revealed this beautiful Pansy blossom in bloom! Yesterday morning it had been rimmed with frost! I had bought cold resistant Pansy seeds in the spring and started them indoors as bedding plants sometime in March or April and then transplanted them as seedlings into my flower bed sometime in May; hoping that I might have some late fall blooms and I am rewarded for this project with this beautiful late Pansy blossom on this cold day of November 26th, 2015.
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Saturday, August 15, 2015
I started these tomato plants on a cold snowy, blizzarding day in April 2015, now look at them!!!!.. ahhh the joy and tasty anticipation, not to mention the delightful beauty of these ripe red tomatoes in my garden, now that's its August. The wonder of harvesting!!
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Thursday, August 13, 2015
Yhere was no time more exciting than blueberry picking time when I was a child We each had a small domestic shortening pail and we would be off picking for the day. The big reward when we returned home with full pails at the end of the day was that Mother would make blueberry biscuits for supper. Fresh homemade biscuits straight from the oven slathered with butter smothered with stewed blueberries.
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Wednesday, April 15, 2015
The theme for today's Thursday's challenge is pair and yesterday I saw a beautiful, handsome pair of Wood Ducks! I think this pair is a most handsome species!
Spring is such a colourful, beautiful, exciting time of year. I wish a wonderful good day to everyone.
I am linking this post to Thursday's Challenge which can be found at:http://www.spunwithtears.com/thursday.html
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Saturday, March 07, 2015
These picturesque little buildings on the river ice are used for fishing. A hole is made in the ice with an auger and the person inside the shack fishes through the hole in the ice. Some of these shacks have a little stove in them also; you can see a few chimneys in some of the buildings. I would like to take a photo of smoke rising from the chimneys .
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Monday, February 02, 2015
Dear Mr Groundhog,
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