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5 Really BIG Miles, eh? Leslie wasn't kidding!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

I still can't quite believe that I managed this, but I did. This morning I completed the entire 5 miles on this DVD of Leslie's! In one go! And it included strength training in miles 2 and 4!

Of course, now I'm exhausted! My legs and arms are aching like fun, and I struggled to get to Waitrose and back with a very heavy Wilbur.

But I'm so pleased with myself!

It was worth over 10,000 steps! And it took about 85 minutes! (The workout, not the shopping trip! LOL)

Awesomeness!

Mind you, I think I'll be a bit less full on tomorrow to balance things out a bit. Can't go full tilt all the time. :-)

I enjoyed myself at Waitrose as well, looking for loads of veggies for my baked potato topping experiments. I figure that the tastier the topping the less need I'll have to slather my potato in butter. Smart, huh? :-)

I bought loads of organic onions and courgettes and mushrooms and broccoli, and some nice Italian cheese, and some salmon bits. I love smoked salmon bits. They are just cheaper offcuts of the expensive slices, and just as delicious, and they will be lovely mixed in with veggies on my spud.

I also bought some lamb mince and cannellini and black eyed beans to make a chilli-style topping, which will also go well with my wholegrain rice. :-) Popping that in the slow cooker tomorrow. Yum!

I hope it won't be too long before I'm eating veggies from my garden. It has been a slow start because I couldn't start planting until mid May. The buds are starting for the courgettes though, and the runner beans and dwarf beans are starting to grow properly. The root veggies - carrots, parsnips, khol rabi, fennel etc - are sprouting nicely. The cauliflowers are teeny, though! The plants should get huge but at the moment they are barely 3 inches tall! The onion and garlic both have good leaf growth, but the spring onions will be autumn ones by the time they arrive! LOL

Here are a few pics of the garden...

Pretty plant whose name I forget:



The veg beds:



The herb planter by the back door. Got the stand at the RSPCA charity shop for two pounds! The top has chives, thyme and parsley, and the bottom is basil, my four most frequently used herbs in the kitchen:



Our hedgehogs - sympathetic magic to keep the slugs away! :-)



Our day lily! This is the third bloom in three days. So pretty!



Bizzy lizzies or something if I remember correctly. I got these because I thought the leaves were pretty. Turns out the flowers are too. :-)



The grapevine. If the bunches of grapes all ripen, we will have to learn how to make wine! There are more than enough to eat!



And finally, the pooch!

She has settled in very well since the garden was completed. She loves it out there, and has her favourite sunning spot and shady spot.

This is Twinks in her sunning spot:



And this is Twinks in her fave shady spot:



Yep, I have to share the swing seat. LOL Pardon my dishevelled appearance as well, please. I'd been gardening and was taking a well earned break when Tara snapped this shot.

We haven't made it official yet, because as far as I know Twinks is still out of the adoption running pending legal proceedings with her previous so-called forever home that kept her brother and slung her out, but once we can she will be adopted by us. She was in such a state when she came to us, and I can't feel justified in moving her on yet again when she is feeling so secure now - well, as long as I'm nearby anyway. She has really attached herself to me. Yes, she sleeps on the bed. :-)



And is in the garden whenever she can be. In fact, this is her "Ok, so I stood still for the photo. Can I PLEASE go and sniff about now?" face!



Hope the day isn't too hot for you. Tis for me! *phew!*
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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MOTHEPRO 7/26/2013 11:34AM

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Your garden looks beautiful! I think the white flower might be a balloon flower? I have a purple version that looks just like it. emoticon emoticon

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2ABBYNORMAL 7/25/2013 5:39PM

    I wish I had the talent for gardening like you do.
Love your pictures.
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RAINBOWCHOC 7/25/2013 4:37PM

    great stuff Lexie, so happy the dog has settled so well.

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_LINDA 7/25/2013 2:39PM

    emoticon on the walking!! That is fantastic!!
You have quite possibly planted ALL my favorite veggies!! I wonder how I could possibly arrange a visit when they are all being harvested ;) So love fresh veggies, would be lovely to walk out your door and grab some when needed. You have done a bang up job of it all -gorgeous garden!!
Twinks is adorable, no way you can part with her now, she is your forever girl, and you couldn't say no to those sad looking eyes!
I hope you are not too sore from your efforts today.
Take care of you!
Hugs
Linda xxx

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CARLA-216 7/25/2013 1:56PM

    Great job on 5 really big miles!

I was thinking yesterday evening as I brought in some goodies from my garden that I need to ask you how your garden is doing AND how Twinkle is doing. Sounds like the garden is progressing fine and you'll have some goodies before you know it. I love the herb planter and especially love it since it cost nearly nothing! It also sounds like Twinks is doing just dandy, and I'm so glad that you'll be keeping her. She really lucked out with you two.

Oh and the pink flower below the day lily looks like a New Guinea Impatien. Pretty!



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NEW-CAZ 7/25/2013 1:49PM

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love your garden too Lex, I might nick a couple of ideas for my new garden in Norfolk!

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LOVESLIFE48 7/25/2013 1:03PM

    Hey Lexie!!

First, way to go on the 4 miles!! Good ole Leslie can do tough!!!
Sounds like you had a nice time finding all those veggies for your spuds!! That's a wonderful idea!! And the meat you bought!! Yum!!!

Second, your garden is beautiful!!! Very jealous!!!

Third, Twinkie is soooooo adorable!! My dog is very spoiled too, sleeps with me and dh!!

Sound to me like you are on the road to success!! You are doing awesome!!

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MAURIZIA 7/25/2013 1:03PM

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Congratulations, Lexie! Incredible! So proud of you for getting that 5 miles done.

Oh, Twinks is just so darn cute!! I love the look on her face...and that is exactly what it looks like she is saying...Glad to see that you will keep her now that she has bonded with you...and I think she belongs on the bed.

Those flowers are so pretty...needed something to brighten my day! So, thank you!

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Diet is a Four Letter Word!

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

I watched the interview with Leslie Sansone and Nicole on my new DVD of Leslie's today.

This link contains the second mile of the DVD:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=paAsSINSQJo&
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I've been using the You Tube videos of this DVD (called the Leslie Sansone Walk at Home: 5 Mile Fat Burning Walk) for months now because I couldn't find a UK-compatible DVD, but thankyou Online4DVDs via amazon.co.uk!!! I found it at last!!! I ordered it and another of her DVDs (Leslie Sansone Walk at Home: Walk Slim 5 Really Big Miles) on Monday afternoon, and they both arrived this morning in the post! This makes the total number of Leslie DVDs I own up to SEVEN! One for every day of the week! :-)

The title of this blog is one of the things Nicole said during the interview. :-) I could not agree more! Remember people, we are looking for lifestyle changes, not diets! Not gimmicks, not quick fixes, but things we can do every day that keep us both healthy AND happy!

HEALTHY -- HAPPY

These two words should never be separated! If what you are doing is making you miserable, or you find it boring, you won't keep it up unless you are THE most stubborn mule on the planet! :-) That goes for both food and exercise, so find ways that work for you that you enjoy!

ONE day at a time and ONE change at a time!

If you are just starting out on this path it can be daunting, so make small changes at first that you can sustain! Don't try to do it all at once.

For example, try drinking a glass of water before every meal - while preparing the food is a good time.



Or start weighing the butter you use on your bread and potatoes.



Or have a play with the active games on your kids game console, or find an exercise you like the look off on You Tube, or here at Sparkpeople that will get you moving for a few minutes.



Anyhoo... she says, as she quietly sweats from a combination of hot weather and exercise, it looks like I have to get my nose back to the grindstone. My weight, after hovering in the high 12 stones for months, has suddenly leapt over the barrier into thirteen stone and then some. *pout*

Well, that just won't do, so I am back tracking my food, my water and my exercise. You see, I have discovered that whereas for Meatloaf, Two out of Three Ain't Bad, in this case, Two out of Three Ain't Good Enough!

I've made sure to exercise and I've drunk my water almost every single day, but I have been getting lax with my food. Measuring it, yep, but actually adding up the measurements, not so much!

And...

the cardinal sin...

I've been guessing amounts of the danger foods - you know the ones...



Butter!



Mayonnaise!



Potatoes!



Chocolate!



Especially the chocolate. You see, I joined a chocolate tasting club at Hotel Chocolat! Big mistake, because their chocolate is THE BEST chocolate I have EVER tasted. The only thing preventing me from going totally haywire is that it is expensive chocolate!

So, I am reining myself in! I am back tracking on Spark, and I am determined to improve my situation. I know I can get down to at least 12 1/2 stone, because I've been there before, and I know I can do it using moderation in all things foodie!

Breakfast today - 100g raspberries which are amazing this time of the year (and were NOT dipped in chocolate!), and a nutrigrain bar. And I'm about to head for the rice krispies (30g) with a large banana and 200ml semi skimmed milk. That will finish my breakfast portion of the day off very nicely.

Oh, and only three mugs of tea a day from now on:



I have also gone mad exercising this week. I'm back to a good hour or more a day instead of the bare twenty minutes a day I've been doing lately.

This morning, for example, I have completed two miles and a stretch with Leslie, and played my Step to the Beat game on the Wii for 72 mins!

And after breakfast I plan to plunge into a nice cool bath! :-)

One thing I do need to check out, however, is the effect of the menopause on weight gain.

Yes, it is official! I am doing the menopause dance! Don't know whether I'm coming or going, and can't keep a thought in my head for more than two seconds.



Never have shinies been more distracting!

And, how can you tell the difference between hot weather and a hot flush, for instance?





Ah well, I guess I'll figure it out somehow.

Enjoy your day.
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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POLSKARENIA 7/30/2013 5:03PM

    I'm back as ftrom today too! Glad to see you're here. Your blogs are always an inspiration!

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    You manage to combine words of wisdom with laughs! emoticon

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2ABBYNORMAL 7/24/2013 9:35PM

    I love the reference of going to the Jim in the morning - perfect!
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SHAWFAN 7/24/2013 5:16PM

    Great blog Lex! You can do it!

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GARDENCHRIS 7/24/2013 12:27PM

    NICE POST! Just went on Amazon to order some, thanks!

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    Great blog

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MAURIZIA 7/24/2013 11:01AM

    The best thing, Lexie, is to be able to restart our healthy living plans! I just did that in May...and am facing it in 3 months increments so I don't feel overwhelmed.

Good luck...You CAN do it...

How's the foster pup?

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CARLA-216 7/24/2013 10:13AM

    It's good you're taking steps to reign in your weight before it feels overwhelming. I know you can get back to 12 1/2 stone. You're doing all the right things to make it happen!

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_LINDA 7/24/2013 10:02AM

    So glad you are back with us Lexie, been far too long since I got to enjoy one of your blogs!
I am right there with you. I have fallen off the bandwagon too. Just scarfing down everything in sight, the good, bad and ugly :P I have gained 15 lbs!!
I just spent six days volunteering at our Taste of Saskatchewan (local restaurants feature three items from their menu) where I had every delight I wanted, and in good quantities. Add to that a crazy busy schedule, the death of my uncle and its aftermath -he was a hoarder, never threw anything out, simply chucked it in any place he could find room for, and there were a lot of rooms in his house upstairs and down, met his illegitimate daughter who he kept hidden from us, but was given half his house and the other part went to his brother. But our family is doing clean up so the daughter doesn't make off with everything. Our dad wouldn't give her the key so he could control what she does take. He did give her all the TV's. My uncle was an electronics buff -had to have all the latest, so lots of old electronics around. Dusty, dirty and some things stacked to the ceiling in the basement, underwear and clothing stuffed in every imaginable place. Was thoroughly unpleasant. Let this be a lesson to you, make sure your undies are either clean and in their drawer or in the hamper where they belong ;)
I never stopped exercising, but simply couldn't fit it in like I used to. I am also sore like crazy and spending good money to see a physiotherapist out of desperation. She quickly found my issues -right hip out of alignment and a pinched nerve bundle in my shoulder which she says is the cause of my lack of lateral control in my arm -my hand wavers when I try to cut something or write. I just couldn't stand the thought of waiting months to get into see for free our publically funded ones and they are only allowed to work one problem area at a time, and I have too many!!
I also lost my rain jacket, a very good one, and my second web based e-mail was hacked and sending out messages to all my contacts :(( I just don't get how they got in -my virus protection is McAfee on both the e-mail and my computer, and a deep scan I did showed nothing!!! Very frustrating times right now.
So we are in it together Lexie, lets get this done!!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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RAINBOWCHOC 7/24/2013 10:01AM

    thanks for sharing this Lexie. it is easy for the scales to start giving us bigger numbers than we'd like, the trick is not to own them and make them comfortable. I do still have stuff to shift but it's been there so long it will take a long time to melt off and "life" keeps happening along the way!

Have you still got the foster dog?

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LOVESLIFE48 7/24/2013 8:26AM

    I know exactly what you are going through!!! I have to start measuring my food too. I'm up to where I don't like to be, I'm very uncomfortable!!
I used to have that 5 mile walk/run dvd, gave it to a friend, she never uses it, I may ask for it back!! LOL!!

Wishing you much success on your journey!! Together we can not fail!!

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So much easier than doing crunches!

Wednesday, June 05, 2013



Well, don't I feel a fool for doing all that strength training!

Hugs,
Lex xxx
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BOPPY_ 6/21/2013 11:55AM

    Besides the humor, Lexie is also a star as an actual fitness practitioner. emoticon

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WHIRLYDERVY 6/16/2013 4:58PM

    I LOVE your sense of humor!! I wish I could talk to you in person -- you sound FUN and very inspiring!!! Thanks for the laughs!!

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    Persistence is definitely a powerful weapon!

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    Love it!

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    Love it!!

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Lovely start to a Sunday...

Sunday, June 02, 2013

Didn't switch on my computer until about an hour ago. Somehow, basking in the early morning sun, watering the veg beds, followed by exercise, then breakfast outside, cleaning garden furniture, and finally smothering some recent wooden garden acquisitions in clear varnish seemed more appealing. :-) Plus, Twinkle is in seventh heaven when she can be in and out of the garden as she pleases. Nothing like a contented doggy for company. :-)

Hope your Sunday is as delicious as mine has been so far. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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Goodie for the first person who gets the references in the bottom lol. :-)

EDIT:

And Senator got the violin reference. Goodie on its way.

What about the chess reference, though. Anyone?

  
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IMEMINE1 6/7/2013 6:09AM

    emoticon not sure about the chess game reference but hope he saved his soul. emoticon

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MAURIZIA 6/4/2013 8:19AM

    Lexie, garden before computer ANYTIME! :) Though I did hop on in the morning to write my blog & track my food, it was off in a half hour and out to enjoy the beautiful day we had here in the northeastern US.

Hugs.

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BOVEY63 6/3/2013 1:13PM

    Sure doesn't sound like an awesome start to your Sunday! After seeing pictures of your garden, I certainly understand why Twinkle wants to be out there!
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CARLA-216 6/3/2013 9:52AM

    Sounds like the perfect Sunday morning!

I rarely get on the computer on Sundays, and many Saturdays I do not or spend little time. I sit at the computer all week at work. And when I have no work to do I occupy my time on the internet. It's the last thing I want to do at home. LOL


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RAINBOWCHOC 6/2/2013 3:25PM

    it's a bit too clever for me, I sometimes guess whodunit by the Midsomer principle, the most famous actor is the culprit! However the only chess set I have any recollection of was in the Thomas Crown Affair (not the recent remake).
Have a lovely sunday evening, xx

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SHAWFAN 6/2/2013 2:00PM

    Hope you're enjoying the garden!

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ANNEMAC5 6/2/2013 1:09PM

    I did an early shift till 1pm then able to spend the afternoon in the garden, bliss. The sun makes such a difference. Glad you were able to enjoy the garden from breakfast time and glad Twinkle is enjoying it to
Anne :)

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NEW-CAZ 6/2/2013 11:29AM

    Glad twinkle is enjoying herself in the garden Lex

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SENATOR9 6/2/2013 11:26AM

    That's got to be Charlie Daniels .The Devil went down to Georgia

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Garden Pics...

Friday, May 31, 2013

Remember when my garden looked like this?...



Well, we are almost there, and this is what it looks like at the moment:

Veg beds...



Potting Shed:



Joe is making a decent roof for it because the one that came with it was rubbish!

Grove centrepiece:



Still needs pointing, and the surround will be transformed with soil and shingle for planting.

Lawn, and the shingle area which will be my herb garden:



Twinkle was allowed on the grass for the first time today. The way she sniffed about, and then rolled around in ecstasy said it all! :-) She loved it!





Butterfly and Dragonfly, plus my acer and new watering can



Plenty of seating for guests (Anne in particular, take note, but any of you are welcome if you are down or up my way). :-)





Olive tree:



All in all, looking good! :-)



I hope to get some veggie seeds planted this weekend.
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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IMEMINE1 6/7/2013 6:11AM

    Love your garen. Beautiful. emoticon

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    Simply gorgeous!

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GARDENCHRIS 6/1/2013 8:31AM

    very nice redo! who did the grove redo... are they separate stones or cement and how did you "design" it? very nice.

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LOVESLIFE48 6/1/2013 8:25AM

    Your garden looks awesome!!

Give Twinkie a hug for me!!! Have a super weekend!! emoticon

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HICKOK-HALEY 6/1/2013 6:02AM

    Your garden looks great. Love the centerpiece. Twinkie is a doll. Nothing like a good roll in the grass. The butterfly and dragonfly looks so nice on the lattice, and the plant gives them an added touch. emoticon

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_LINDA 6/1/2013 1:20AM

    Wow!! Looks fabulous!!! Just an awesome job with it!! You can be very proud, your own little bit o paradise! Enjoy!!
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Hugs,
Linda xxx

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2ABBYNORMAL 6/1/2013 12:39AM

    All the work you put into this is stunning. It looks beautiful.
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SENATOR9 5/31/2013 8:55PM

    great improvement

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MAURIZIA 5/31/2013 8:29PM

    Beautiful, Lexie. So I guess I have to check flights to London...I only wish.

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LOPEYP 5/31/2013 7:26PM

    Your yard looks beautiful! I can see why your dog loved it!

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SHAWFAN 5/31/2013 7:07PM

    Great job Lexie! Can't wait to see it in full bloom! emoticon

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BOVEY63 5/31/2013 5:03PM

    Your garden area is beautiful. Anxious to see it in full bloom!
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    It looks great, Lexie. Very nicely done. emoticon

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    Wow, what a beautiful transformation! Great job!

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DWSCHUYLER 5/31/2013 4:18PM

    Love it, love it, love it! So much work, but so satisfying! emoticon emoticon

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ANNEMAC5 5/31/2013 4:08PM

    Thanks for the invite, it all looks fab and I hope I will be able to pop up for a cup of tea in your sanctuary. Has it turned out as you planned? The weather looks promising for over the week end. I have some bedding plants to put in, Nice to see Twinkle enjoy the grass.
Anne :)

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CARLA-216 5/31/2013 3:39PM

    Oh, I love it SO MUCH! It's beautiful!

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    emoticon emoticon it looks fantastic!

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CAT-IN-CJ 5/31/2013 3:10PM

    Absolutely lovely garden!!!

Loved the chuckles too! emoticon

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