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  • v JMAHNKEN
    thanks
    56 days ago
  • v FLORIDASUN
    Sending big hugs and thanks for the goodie! Kindness is what makes the world go round and I surely appreciate yours! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    62 days ago
  • v HEALTH_NOW
    Thank you so much for the Whole 30 info. I'm definitely going to be challenged about quitting diet soda & black coffee! I don't use sweetener, but definitely heavy-handed with half & half! I leave for work around 6 am & get home around 8 pm I'll read
    64 days ago
  • v SKYDRAKE
    Did you do Whole30 too? A big congratulations. What was the easiest and what was the hardest for you? Don't skip reintroduction. I am going to start my next one on October 10.
    69 days ago
  • v JIMA64
    hi.
    I wanted to comment on your flower picture. They are called 4 o clocks. They grow from a tubular root like a sweet potato looking thing. They reseed from around each blossom you will see pepper like seeds getting ready to drop. They are cross pollinated that is how you get the mix of colors on the blossoms. My mom planted some about 40 years ago and I have literally thousands of plants in my yard, formerly her yard, with all different mixes of colors on the flowers. THey open in the afternoon when the heat and humidity drop and stay open all night till the next day and then close as the temp heats up. they continue to grow till the temps change in the fall and then die back. Down here in Florida we have them till after Thanksgiving. Next time shake the plant and pick up some seeds and take them home and plant them. but remember it is a forever plant you will be planting.
    72 days ago
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