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Monday, March 1, 2021

Mellow yellow moments...

















 

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  1. Wonderful beautiful subjects❣️❣️

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  2. Rosie does look very mellow surrounded by yellow :) She's no doubt tuckered out from all the garden chores she helps with! So adorable, love those wild white eyebrow whiskers ♥

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    1. Wild white hairs on one eye only! She is growing into them 😊

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  3. Black, white, and yellow. What a lovely combination. Yellow is THE color of spring, even surpassing green, I think.

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    1. I love this combo, I was always liked red, black and white but golden yellow pops!

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  4. I think I have told you how the acasia brings me back to olden times. My grandmother's home was surrounded by those beautiful big trees. The black and white along beside is just the most perfect color combination..Stay well..xxoJudy

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    1. You are welcome to stop by for a huge bouquet to go, I have 3 trees, one still hasn't even started 😊

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  5. Your puppy is so photogenic!

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    1. Thank you, I treat my plant nursery as her day care nursery, I put her on the counter so I can get things done without worrying about her, been getting numerous truck deliveries daily and terrified to have her running free!

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  6. You have have a very photogenic eye. I love the yellow. Your pup is quite the model. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. After our horrible week long freeze here in Texas we have cut everything way back. we are finally starting to see a FEW things bloom and bud and some wild flowers. We are worried about our bees and hummingbirds however, as they count on native grass and bush blooms for their dinner. I have my hummingbird feeders out and some fruit cut open for the bees...still waiting on them to fly by though. My rose vine has produced it's third bud and I'm anxiously waiting on that as well. Happy Spring out there. Acacia tree sounds beautiful!! Would love to see the tree in bloom! love from Texas

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    1. Nature is resilient, I bet it all pulls through and its great your watching out for the birds and bees!

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