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September 01, 2008

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rochambeau

Happy Labor Day,
A great day to relax and bask in the beauty of the Morning Glories!

xox
Constance

must catch a peak of your new sofa!!

gemma

I napped before I ate, gave peace a chance, read a little....
Glad you breaked from the carpet pulling.lol
Hope you enjoyed!
love
xx

violetismycolor

I saw a beautiful adobe wall covered with purple morning glories in La Jolla this weekend. Why don't I remember to plant them in my garden? I always MEAN to...

stephanie

I love your title...Monday Morning Glory!!!!

peace!
x..x
steph

Sioux

Love your glorious morning glories, Tink! Sounds like a great Labor Day, to me!

Pacian

Oooh... a vibrant and pulsating flower, it seems... And friendly to amphibians!

(Thanks for the link!)

Tammy Vitale

Love that flower and that frog! Love frogs. Live or sculpture. There's just something about a frog (all that "potential" with just one kiss?!)

xo

inlandempiregirl

I just took blue morning glory pictures also. I will have to post mine. I found the poem you recommended Attack of the Squash People... loved it, laughed, it is posted today on my blog. Thanks for the recommendation.

Caroline

What a glorious Morning Glory indeed!

Did you know that as a flower essence its said to be good for:

Stability and clarity during times of change and transformation. Brow chakra cleared of confusion; increase in joy and inner knowing. Self-worth. Increase in personal connection, kindness and clarity of emotion.

Hoping all those good things are true for you!

carmen

right now the idea of a nap sounds great ;-)

Gillian

OH Tink glad you like a nap too, thought I was the only one!
I love the word NOSH, it makes food taste so much better.
xoxo

beryl

Morning Glory wishes to you too Tinker. I am fascinated by the idea of a fall veggie garden. Here, even in summer, the only things that grow well are cabbages, garlic, and some root vegetables. I suppose they could be considered fall garden produce but we certainly don't plant them in the fall. We plant them in the spring and keep our fingers crossed.

pam aries

Hi Tink! Morning Glory! they are beautiful. You could take a nap beneath them and dream of faieries!

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