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April 24, 2013


Happy Pink Saturday, Dana - and TSR, too.

It looks like a great show. You know I love all the yellow. You must have had a great time.

It was fun to see those pictures of you. Sounds like it was a lovely day.........and still, not a tulip to be seen around here yet.

You must have had a great day. happy pink Saturday

I love going to antique malls and tea rooms. My sister and I go nearly every weekend. I can tell you about all of them around here.

The pink guitar is perfect! Great find.... Hope all is well in KC!

Oh, I love that booth and the cheerful yellow with the aqua dresser! Of course, the pink guitar is wonderful and if you're still able to hold a G chord you're doing quite well! Lunch looks fabulous and the Stone Rabbit looks happy to be amongst the tulips.
Have a lovely weekend,

Looks like I need to get out to Greenwood Apple Mall and check out her booth. Glad your neighbors have tulips for you to enjoy.

Cute photos of you and Claudia - neat "stuff" and yummy sweets and lunch! Happy Pink Saturday!

Haven't been here in awhile, the rabbit looks well. Love that pink guitar!!!! Spring is quite behind here in central Vt. Daffodils just starting to bloom! Have a great weekend.

Good morning Dana, "I'm back." This is not a good morning here in the mountains. It is raining so hard I dread getting ready for church and going out in the deluge. However, I don't want to miss church. Such is life and I love my life. Lucky, lucky me. Smile!

I have missed visiting you and it is good to have time for my friends. So much time went into planning our anniversary celebration and it was a perfect evening. All went well. We are so blessed.

Your photos of the show and 'the food' are so much fun. Claudia's booth is wonderful. I love her style. I also love the pic of you with the PINK guitar. I can picture you playing and singing in your day. I wish we knew each other then. I still marvel at the friendships that have come from blogging. Very unexpected and so wonderful. I really miss the days when we posted and visited every day. Life just takes over though and things always change. "The only thing that is constant is change." Who wrote that?

I too love tulips and remember the ones that my mother grew on the farm in MI. They were all the way down the lane where you drove to our farm house. I have many wonderful memories of that farm. I wonder if anyone would be interested in them as a series of posts. I would love to do that. Thinking!!!

Have a wonderful week my dear friend.
Love, Jeanne

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