LILYGAL
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My sisters from the left Kathy, myself, Margaret and Michele




Our patio and our banana palms.




My potting shed.


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  • v FAMOLLY43
    Hope you enjoyed your day in the Clover spotlight. I love your 3 C's quotes. And that potting shed-thought it was your tiny house after you downsized. Keep up those fitness minutes!
    65 days ago
  • v IWANTTOSUCCEED
    Hi:
    Congrats on your time in the Cloverleaf spotlight!
    That vacation you took with the family to the Smoky Mountains sounds very interesting. Did you guys have to rough it at all?
    Charlene
    66 days ago
  • v MERICANDO
    emoticon Hope you are enjoying your time in the spotlight. I love your 3 Cs. I also love your home and it's history. There has to be a lot of love and a lot of stories those walls could tell. The potting shed is great and love the patio area and it's lush setting. You put a lot of work keeping it so beautiful.

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    67 days ago
  • v JULIAOAK
    Hi there, hope you enjoyed your day in the spotlight - I love your photo of the potting shed - it looks like my idea of heaven being able to sit on the porch and read for hours on end! emoticon
    68 days ago
  • v CYNFIT4LIFE
    Your backyard is lovely - so lush and colorful! It must be a wonderful place to sit and relax in the evenings. And gardening is such great exercise, so it's good for mind AND body. I'm afraid I have a black thumb, but I've been thinking I need some houseplants, at least, to brighten up my home. I'd better start small and see what I can keep alive!

    Cheers!
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    68 days ago
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