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Candy, what a beautiful antique dresser!! Is that one of your kitties I see too? (I so know how that is; one of mine spends a large amount of her life up on top of my kitchen cabinets!) Now, my dear, I haven't seen a painting in a bit of a while. Hope you find some special time to relax and let your fingers do their thing. What beautiful roses from your sweetie, too!
What a very sweet husband....does he have a single brother? LOL!!Have a great weekend,TraceyBy the way, I picked up the More magazine and read the article you suggested, I agree it was a good one! I am doing better dealing with my mid life crisis...trying to take a little time to step back and re-evaluate some things.Thanks
Sherry, the dresser belonged to my grandparents. We have their bedroom set in our guest room. When my mom visits, it's her room and when our granddaughter visits, it's her room. We call it the Jan (Mom) and Jade (granddaughter) room. I'm working on a painting right now.Tracey, I'm glad you enjoyed the article. I'll keep my eyes open for a good guy to send your way:)
Beautiful Roses! What a sweet hubby!It is fun watching tomatoes grow! My dad planted five tomato plants, the first time ever, this summer. He has a lot of tomatoes, and he's had a very good time!
Pink roses are one of my favorites flowers. How wonderful to have a sweet, thoughtful hubby.... I know because I'm blessed with one too!
Deb, we're jealous of your dad with his crop. Tomato #2 has disappeared. I wonder if a certain Labrador retriever suddenly had a craving for a green tomato.Teresa, aren't we lucky? I couldn't have dreamed up a better husband.
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