Series of lovely cool days and a soaker rain makes the garden look great! Tomatoes are bursting off the vine, peppers are ready to set, flowers are rejuvenated and flouting their colors. And the wannabe “geranium” — which was what it was labeled when it was at the early stages in the nursery — is producing lovely patty pan squash. I knew something was up when the “geranium” produced big yellow blooms at the base instead of the usual geranium flower of any color. So I dug it out of the pot, gave it a spot in the raised garden bed and it is indeed blooming and producing where it is planted! May you bloom where you are planted and thanks for stopping by to share your fabulous posts!
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Thanks so much for featuring my hand knit flower pillow! And for hosting each week:)
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THANK YOU for featuring my Cantaloupe Banana Ice Cream! and thank you for hosting this wonderful linky party! ~ a perfect way to start the week!
Happy Monday, and thanks so much for hosting! I hope you have a great week. 🙂
Thanks so much for hosting this Link Party each week. It was great to be featured this week for my “Bookcase Display”. It’s so nice to be able to share ideas with other Bloggers and to be inspired by all the other projects.
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Thank you for the inspiring ideas and recipes – GREAT party as always. This week I brought CHICKEN FRIED CHICKEN with GRIDDLE POTATO LATKES & GREEN CHILE GRAVY, BLUEBERRY LEMON/LIME CURD MUFFINS and CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER CRINKLE COOKIES. I hope you’re having a GREAT week.
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Hope you are having a great weekend and thanks so much for the awesome party!
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Thanks so much for hosting this charming party each and every week!! I so appreciate all the time and effort that does into it!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!
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Thanks for hosting the party. I love seeing all of the projects.
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I will be back Tomorrow when the link opens!
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Sorry for the inconvenience. I must have selected the wrong time when I set up the linky — like six hours later! I am glad you’ll be back!!
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Thanks so much for featuring my Slow Cooker Meatball Tortellini!
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