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Pretty Pink Daisies


I love these pretty pink daisies of the Mama's. They're so hearty. They've made it through the frosty mornings and now they're bouncing happily under the steady rain we're having. 


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  1. They are proud and pretty! And stand up!
    Herzlich Pippa

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    1. They've been calling out to me to take their picture for the past several days.

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  2. It's soooo fridgid cold here - your flowers are truly a "pick-me-up" . . and, YES!! The song you were singing through Vallejo - is the exact same one . . "Joy, joy, joy, joy . . deep/down in my heart" - Oh!! while I'm typing, the very first snow flakes have drifted past my window . . my puppy is going to be so happy . . love to you! -g-

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    1. I can still see where I started singing that song as we were driving north. I have no idea how I came to know it. Then or now. :-)

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  3. Gosh! These are pretty and such a nice picture you made. We have very cold temps-tonight down to -15C...which is 5F

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    1. The daisies and I thanketh thee, Madame. 5 degrees, brrrr. That is quite foreign to us.

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  4. How can something so pretty and dainty be so hardy?!

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    1. And, I think they are humble. No bragging, them.

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  5. The daisies look like the asters. In fact I do think they are related. I love the fall asters
    and mine still bloomed when they were covered with snow. But a pretty little plant
    can take only SO much and finally succums to freezing temps here in this forsaken wasteland.
    But it's not as forsaken and wastey as the Dakotas, where I grew up, where it's flat, flat, flat
    and the wind blows and blows, pushing freezing temps down even further. Soooo, I've come up a few notches from my birth place. nyuk, nyuk, nyuk. Enjoy Wednesday

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    1. I recall seeing the Badlands and feeling happy that I didn't live there. I wonder if millions of years from now the rock would have eroded into rich topsoil with fields of flowers blowing in the wind.

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  6. Daisies are at the top of my 'plant-'em-and'forget-'em' list of indistructable flowers. Lovely picture

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    1. Thank you. I hardly see white daisies, which was all I saw as a kid. Guess what I want to grow.

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