Well, Break Is Over

50 thoughts on “Well, Break Is Over”

  1. I wrote something for you sweetie. When you have time go check it out. PLease take is easy and relax a bit. Love πŸ™‚ ❀

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  2. You’re so special and so sweet Amy ❀ All the best with rose gardening! Will look forward to see them bloom in due time..I anticipate beauty unfolding through all the work and effort you put in! πŸ™‚ much much love xx

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    1. Bless you, Himani, for taking the time to comment. It has been a whirlwind lately but I am biting the bullet nontheless and getting these gardens done. Love to you, Amy

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    1. “S” with a pleural. *giggles* They don’t look like much now but hopefully in one month from now, they will be lush. We are so far behind in the blooming department. xx

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      1. Thank you, Audrey. I’ll do this!! And then it will be over and I’ll pass out. Or something like that. When I come to, I’ll be refreshed and ready to rock and roll. Love, Amy

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    1. Sweetie, I am almost done. Every year this is so challenging yet in order to get the beautiful flowers, especially Roses, they must be tended to. I have so many cool pics as I crawled though my neighbor’s gardens and mine, that I cannot hardly wait to post them. Hehehehehehe (((HUGS))) Amy

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  3. I would hope that everyone appreciates the work 17 gardens create! I have only five and that is too much – I don’t want to imagine what your work load is like! Can’t wait for the garden views. Bless!

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    1. Thank you, Ruth. Truth be told, this is hard work the phase I am in. I don’t know where I am not sore. I want to finish up this week, so that I can put more of my focus here. (((HUGS))) Amy

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  4. We are a nurturing group of people Amy. As your beautiful flowers need water, a trim and a cut, lots of tender loving care and their picture taken, so do you. So, your world-family will always be there as you delve into the tasks at hand.

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  5. I’m glad someone out there can garden! I LOVE gardens, especially flowers, but I cannot grow anything. The one time I had a pot plant on my windowsill it died because I forgot to water it.
    Sorry, plant. I still feel guilty.

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  6. So glad that you got a chance to relax and take a much needed nap especially with all the work that you do. Will look forward to future post. Love and Hugs β™₯

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  7. I “had” four flower beds at my last place and I had to move due to my health. Now I have a very small yard and only three rose bushes in front of the house. I think I am living vicariously through your flower gardens! Love the pics and all of your heartfelt poems and words. Your genuineness shines!

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    1. Oh, Sweetie, it is someone like you who makes me feel a glowy and happy inside. I love sharing my work, and I love making others happy, bringing beauty and JOY and Truth to them. I know of no other way then to be genuine. I hope my example does shine here, so that others pick up the banner as well, that one that says, “I am the genuine article”. (smile) Love and (((HUGS))) Amy

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    1. Not all are Rose Gardens, Sreejith. LOL I have let me see …. five I think gardens that have Roses in them. Wait until you see my other flowers as well. I would love for you to come and stroll through my gardens when everything is in bloom. You would be transported to Paradise. (smile) Love, Amy

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      1. OH, Sreejith, I am waiting for those butterflies. Over the years the numbers of them have decreased so I am hoping this year there will be more. xx Amy

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