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Roscoe as a puppy



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Me and my hubby in a tiny waterfall!


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  • v HEARTS4U2
    Welcome to the Medical Professionals Team!!! Look forward to hearing more from you. Our team is small but is growing little by little!!

    Hearts
    4732 days ago
  • v MRLABES
    Hey! on that one picture, Are you spelunking?
    4744 days ago
  • v GETTO140
    Hello and welcome to the DOG LOVERS team which is a very active group. If you haven’t already, please introduce yourself and join in any of the conversations already started when you have time. I’m sorry this is a bit late..I’m a little behind.

    SP is an excellent tool to help you reach your goals. If there is anything I can do to help you, please let me know.

    Cute puppy and congratulations a little early on your 1-year anniversary!
    4749 days ago
  • v SCHOOLSECSUE
    and by the way......gardening is a great alternative to snacking, especially if you don't wash your hands afterward!!! hahahahaha
    4754 days ago
  • v SCHOOLSECSUE
    Hi! I'm so excited! My first "friend"! :) OK - front yard...first of all, I'll assume you do not live in a desert or a swampy area! My first filler plant of choice is the daylily. So many varieties! I get the "junk" orange ones to fill in the background...put prettier ones from a catalog usually in front of them, some asiatic lilies for height. Then I put some coneflowers in for early summer color, plant zinnia seeds for late summer to early fall color and stuff whatever is on sale in between! :) Each year is an adventure. I'm sure I have spent the price of a nice senior citizen cottage on my flower bed! Then again - I'm not that old, nor ready to quit playing in the dirt! As for your fern, what is it? Is it really a fern? Sounds like a tree gone haywire! What state do you live in (or what zone) for planting purposes? I'd be glad to send you some of my perennials in the fall! sue
    4754 days ago
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