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Sunday, March 16, 2008

Bloom Day, What An Adventure!

Did everyone have as much fun as I had on Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day?

I hopscotched all over the US and even visited Ireland, Portugal and the Netherlands. That is a great deal of visiting for an introvert like me.

Thank you Carol (May Dreams Gardens) for hosting this fabulously fun adventure.


Today, we are heading out to Couchville Cedar Glade to check out the spring scene. The photos and post of this visit will be up later this week.

We saw this on our walk today...Can you see the heart?

Have a great day and see you tomorrow.

Gail

15 comments:

  1. All of the gardens were beautiful. I had to stop looking around though, I was getting too jealous of everyone else. Maybe next month....

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  2. And when I am in the midst of some horrible hot weather and you are still enjoying spring you can do the nahnahnah dance;) Not that you ever would, you are much too nice.

    Gail

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  3. Happy to hear that you enjoyed it. Ceck back later because I'm still adding a few posts here and there.

    And we'll do it all again in April (so get your taxes down early so you have plenty of time for bloom day)!

    Carol, May Dreams Gardens

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  4. had lots of fun too! loved your comment on my blog-you are so witty! i wish i had that talent.

    i talked to geri, she is not sure if she will be able to come tuesday. she is working somewhere down there. i may just give her the artemesia for you in case she does come and see you. i have jury duty starting tomorrow but will be able to drop it off. i really shouldn't miss school-though my heart is in pps-i haven't completely decided! will let you know tomorrow or tuesday.

    can't wait to see those pics.

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  5. Tina,

    We are back from there...it's a trip out to Mt Juliet. It was wet!

    Hope to see you Tuesday.

    Gail

    shall I pot up the hypericum? They are just babies.

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  6. Gail, I enjoyed GBBD too! That heart shaped rock is very cool. I'm glad you took a photo to share with all of us.

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  7. Melanie,

    It was a good day. Glad you liked the heart rock, some folks I know have collections of them...I was tempted to take it home;)

    Gail

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  8. Tina,

    You are my best visitor, thank you for noticing!

    Gail

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  9. Thanks for stopping by my Blog. Welcome to GBBD, it is a lot fun looking at gardens around the world.

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  10. I love the rock. Every time my kids find a heart shaped rock they bring it home. They also bring home green rocks, smooth rocks, red rocks, oval rocks, you get the picture. I find pounds of them at laundry time in their pockets. I always tell them, "don't get too close to the water, if you fall in you'll go straight to the bottom."

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  11. rusty,

    Well thank you for visiting over here,
    hope you stop by again,
    Gail

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  12. chigiy,

    That is a funny story...aren't boys an adventure! Glad you stopped by today,
    Gail

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  13. Hmm..so you are saying you have a "Heart of Stone"? It's a pretty cool rock! You should collect it and put it in front of a bed of bleeding hearts and have a heart garden! It looks like spring is pretty much here in our neck of the woods.

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  14. Dave,

    Isn't it wonderful that spring is here...I left the stone there...but the heart garden is clever.

    Gail

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