Tuesday, May 21, 2019

NEVER UNDERESTIMATE....


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  1. I don't.
    Blood, sweat and tears go into my garden, and it rewards me. Bountifully.

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  2. I don't do much in my garden except admire all those flowers that come unaided. It still has healing powers, though.

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    1. Looking at flowers is very healing, thank you Valerie.

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  3. Oh so true Denise. Fresh air sunshine and outdoor greenery - perfect:)

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    1. Hi Cathy, a great combination to sooth the soul :)

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    1. Tão feliz que você gostou. Um abraço e uma boa semana para você :)

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  5. Too bad we couldn't send a few people to the garden for a while. some of them need to be healed!

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  6. my healing power comes when Bob walks out the door to go to the park and I turn off the TV. the quiet is so soothing just like your garden

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    1. Well, we all have our different ways to heal :) Thanks for sharing yours Sandra.

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  7. That is certainly where I find solace! Handsome crepe myrtle in your photo. I love the smooth bark.

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    1. It's beautiful isn't it Martha Ellen. I love crepe myrtles.

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  8. That is how I feel about being in the woods or going fishing!

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    1. I know what you mean Rose. I don't go fishing but I do love walking in the woods :)

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