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Pastormac's Ann

I feel kissed!

Happy LT.


hee hee -- Excellent!


Mwaaah! That's from my basil plants :) Happy Love Thursday (although it's now Friday)!


Mmm, fragrant! :)


"The importance is the springing!" Yes and amen to that.


Yes, we in Massachusetts are very appreciative of spring. Of course, we could still get some vicious snowstorms; and of course we have to remind ourselves of this, not to be gloomsayers, only to protect ourselves against disappointment and gardening disasters which result from zonal denial. It's (winter's) not over 'til it's May, late May.

But that doesn't mean we can't love this, now. :)


I so needed to see a bit of the promise of spring. All rain all the time for days here just now. Beautiful flowers!


Glad to be of service, Kay! And of course, if the crocuses (croci?) are blooming in Massachusetts, you know it can't be long before they're blooming in Minnesota!

Hang in there. It can't be much longer now. :)

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