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Sunday, 18 January 2009

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millie rossman kidd

Not bad at all. Looks almost like lilacs!

Gina Hyams

Well, hello neighbor Millie. I was thinking: it'd sure brighten my day if somebody walked in with a bouquet of fresh-cut Mexican sage. We are frozen gray here in New England and spring is a long way off.

Karen Templer

We just finished off a couple weeks of the nicest spring you could ask for! But, thankfully, now it's finally raining a bit.

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