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Sunday, August 26, 2007

August 007



August is a month of much importance.




The roses bloom again. This year, with all the rain we have had in the last several weeks, is heavily abundant. Usually the second bloom roses dry up on the stem without even opening. Not this year.









The garden is heavily abundant as well. And not just with weeds, which are also going wild from all the rain. The Greek Oregano is taking over the flower bed.
And the pears are just about ready for harvesting.
The storm clouds still gather on a regular basis.


And the thirty-second time around honeymooners are still going wild as well.
(Alright, this picture was taken last year. But it was ditto for this year.)

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Kelly said...

Gorgeous roses! Those pears look wonderful too.

5:02 AM  
Anonymous Dipsy said...

Your photos are so beautiful as always - woah, that Greek Oregano looks absolutely awesome! Mine completely dried out this year though I was watering it like mad - could it have been hotter than in Greece here? Hm...
I love that last pic of you guys - you look so lovely and happy together!

6:25 AM  
Blogger Kathy said...

You cheater Pat! We need a real picture depicting the anniversary THIS year. C'mon. Even if it is you two doing the dishes together!

3:54 AM  

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