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Sunday Splendor

An aromatic welcome.
A mountain of citrus from Glenn’s folks in Florida.
Weighted beauties. 
Blueberry is helping me write the next book. 
A new tribal rug from India, since Dexter chewed up the old rug. 

3 Responses to Sunday Splendor

  • Anonymous says:

    LOVE THE FRUIT

  • Anonymous says:

    I’ll trade you coconut cake for grapefruits! How old is blueberry!Is that one of Glen’s cats or yours
    I can’t remember? The rug is beautiful,can’t wait to see it.
    I think I’m about ready to see “The weighted beauties filled with spring flowers “!Winter started too early this year!
    Can you believe it was 75 degrees in these here mountains Sat!!! go figure.XXXXXXXXXXOOOOOOO MOM

  • Blueberry is 14 years old, if you can believe it! She’s the smallest of our 5 cats, though. Her secret is scary snorting.
    I know, the warm weather has had me thinking of digging in the dirt myself.
    Thanks for stopping by, mom!!