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And pesticide won’t work for this!
But in Colorado, she can apply to open up a head shop, er, state approved marijuana store.
Ah, Randy, it must be too early in Florida. That “s” at the end of “weeds” makes all the difference. 🙂
I see your point
Can be he or they too, you know!
Nice one this is!
Of course, Hammad, but she/he/they looks so awkward. 🙂 Thanks for taking the time to comment.
Yeah, right you are 🙂 But you can make 3 different versions then and post them later on, if you like!
🙂 Today’s my birthday, so perhaps that’s why I went with the “she.” But it was probably because that’s how I found the quote/saying, although I don’t know who said it first.
Oh my!! Many congratulations!!
Doesn’t matter who said or when. It’s your birthday!!!!
Plant natives, natives, natives. Happy, happy, do something special for yourself.
Very true – love this. Happy Birthday
Thanks and thanks, Raewyn. I worked today, but it was a good day and yesterday and tomorrow I’ll do some birthday things.
What about those orange daylilies that are happy to fend for themselves by the side of the road, or in your garden, or wherever else they turn up? Flowers, or weeds? (I vote for flower myself, but then I also like common violets – the kind that tend to sprout in your, or my, lawn.) Hope life is treating you well, Janet.
Life is treating me very well, Sharon. Thanks. Those daylilies grow up around our mailbox in the summer, so high that they almost cover it. But at least Bill knows which is our house. 🙂 I consider them flowers as I do violets. Can’t wait for those spring flowers!!
Happy belated birthday, Janet!!
Thanks, Aletta. It was a good one, even though I worked all day. I’m getting a massage in a little over an hour and that will be lovely!
Great! Hope you enjoyed it!
I did. Thanks.
Ha, ha I don’t have to plant them they do that all on their own!!!
🙂 Hopefully only in the garden and not in life.
Oh how true – a good reminder:)
Glad you liked it.
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