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Simple Gratitude with Family and Greens




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  1. What happy photos! Hope you have a great week! :-)

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  2. Oh, my goodness, I remember those "this frosting is so good, but I think I'm getting sleepy" looks.

    It looks like your greens are off to a good start. Are those mushrooms in the photo beside the greens?

    Have a great week, Carin.

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    1. Yes they are oyster mushrooms just shooting.

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  3. Oh, my, that little guy is soooo cute! I love the picture of your baby boy with his baby boy, too.

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  4. Pictures really are worth a thousand words. Beautiful!

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