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January 15, 2008


Annie in Austin

Happy Blooming Day, Tracy - I love the hydrangea photos. This variety is one I've read about, but not seen in real life.

Minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit is pretty brutal - does your repaired shoulder ache when you have to go out in that cold? May you continue to heal and get ready for spring.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose


-4ºF? wow! I cant even imagine what that's like! Where I live temperature rarely goes bellow 40ºF . Loved your Hydrangea.
Happy Bloom Day!


At least the temps here were in the teens when I left for work, and when I came home, the temps were in the twenties, and the sun was shining. It sure makes a difference when the sun shines, doesn't it?

I hope you are continuing to recover from your shoulder injury/surgery, and will be ready to garden again once spring gets here!

Carol, May Dreams Gardens


First pictures from camera... Not bad at all.. Having lovely pictures of flowers also made your day. May be you might have seen so many flowers while your surgery so you might have taken first pictures of them. I have also taken some beautiful pictures of flowers. Take a look at My Flowers

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