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Monday, December 26, 2011

Santa Was Good To This Gardener

We had a wonderful Christmas filled with family, friends, food and festivities.

This gardener received some nice gifts for the garden.


A subscription to Organic Gardening magazine from our God children.


New shears from a sister-in-law.


A dragonfly solar light from my wonderful husband's parents.


Let the 2012 garden planning begin!

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23 comments:

  1. Aha! Nice gifts! We got a solar butterfly! I have three solar bugs in front of the house....this one will go to the back. I enjoy watching them change colors. You'll love it!

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  2. Glad you had a wonderful Christmas. Such great gifts for you! I'm ready to look at seed catalogs again! Happy New Year!

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  3. What great gifts that you are sure to enjoy all year long.

    May your gardens and life in 2012 be filled with many blessings.

    FlowerLady

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  4. I have a solar hummingbird in my front garden. .You'll love it for sure!! I'm about ready to start through the catalogs a million times each to decide which seeds I should have! Yeah!!

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  5. Yeah for gardening gifts for the gardener! They will all go to good use and bring lots of delight. Happy New Year to you!@

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  6. Looks like you got all great gifts. I didn't get things for the garden but practital things for the house. I really don't need more stuff. If you know what I mean. Maybe I'll put some gardening things on my list next year.

    Here's hoping your New Year is the best.

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  7. Yes, those are wonderful gifts! You will enjoy them.

    I am so tickled the days are now getting longer! We will be getting closer and closer to spring. Yippee!

    Happy New Year!

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  8. Oooh! Now you can dream of Spring with all those magazines coming! Love those shears - boy will those come in handy! Happy New Year!

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  9. Looks like Santa knew just what you wanted! Those shears look great--I'm sure they will get a lot of use. Hope you had a merry Christmas and best wishes for a Happy New Year!

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  10. Hello there:) Love the pruners and especially the Firefly solar light. Just keep them inside your garden area and out of touch from the public. I had mine stolen last year and I was bummed. Now I place them within the gates. Of course, living in Tucson is a bit different from your area:) Happy New Year!

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  11. Nice pressies, and I particularly like the shears.

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  12. trekking your lovely blog!!! thanks for sharing and keep posting! Happy New Year!

    cheers!
    ..TREK..

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  13. Those are very thoughtful gifts!
    And useful to boot!
    Happy new year!

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  14. Oh so lucky to get a cool dragonfly light, never seen that one before! Happy New Years. My mother gave us a subscription to Country, too funny.

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  15. Thank you for visting my garden would you believe we had roses in mine and Carrel's yard.We kert his house for visting children

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  16. Thanks for visting my garden. You have snow and we had a rose Jan.i 2012, could not believeit.

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  17. Thanks for the comment on my blog yes it is a sweet love story. Glad i moved next door. Love is wonderful at any age. www.gardeningwithjuanita.blogspot.com

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  18. Wow---you did get some great gifts!!!!! Perfect for a Gardener like you!!! (If you get tired of any of those gifts, I'll be glad to take them off of your hands... ha ha ha)

    Those Gardening magazines are AWESOME....

    Happy 2012--and Happy Gardening.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  19. It really is nice to receive gifts for the hobbies that are your most special interest.

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