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Jul 2, 2013 3:18 PM CST
Your gardens are lovely ... our lilies are only just starting to appear so it's lovely to see what is ahead for us too. Nothing like the variety and colours that you have though. And don't worry about the weeds ... they'll wait for you (ours do!)

Not a fun floor project - can sympathize from experience : )
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Name: Sharon
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Jul 2, 2013 4:01 PM CST
Not fun yet, but I will surely be happy and pleased in a couple more days when I have it all done. My problem is that I always see in my mind what it's 'going' to look like in the end. It's the process of getting to the end that nearly does me in.

Weeds. Oh yes. The weeds.
They are definitely still there. Sad
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