Saturday, May 2, 2020

Free Kindle Books 5/2/20 Plus Spring has Sprung!

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Spring has Sprung!  
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One year I decided that I didn't want these tulips where I planted them, so I cut them back and poured rock on top of them.   They have multiplied and come back strong every year since.  They are amazing and have a strong will to live.  

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One of our trees in bloom.  Just beautiful!  

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Bleeding hearts are always a winner.  So are the weeds I see!  I'll get to those soon. 

How is your Spring coming along?


Please leave a comment and let me know how it's going in your neck of the woods.

The Courtship of Harry's Wife (D. B. Burns Mysteries Book 1) by [Jeanette Marie Mirich]

For a Lifetime (Christian Romance) by [Rosemarie Naramore]

Heaven: The Place We Long For by [Dwight Moody]

Keto Chaffle Recipes: Incredible and Irresistible  Low Carb Chaffle Recipesfor  the Busy People on Keto  Diet- Lose Weight, Boost  Metabolism and Live Healthy by [Michelle  Lilly]
Needle Felting - A Complete Course: From Beginner to Advanced with Step-by-Step Instructions by [Lori Rea]


The Working Chicken: Learn everything you need to know to become a backyard egg and meat producer in 30 minutes or less! by [Anna Hess]


Sunny Under the Sea (God's Lessons for Little Kids Book 1) by [Karen Cogan]

Sunny Under the Sea (God's Lessons for Little Kids Book 1)



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8 comments:

  1. Oh the tulips are hilarious....honestly the plants I neglect or just don't care about often seem to thrive. Your garden looks so beautiful. I've spent all of my free time in mine. The weather has been amazing.

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    1. Your right about the weather. Overall we've had the best Spring!

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  2. The past 2 days have been beautiful. The past 2 days we have had temps in the 50's. Thursday I finally left the house, needed to get some huge planters for my try at container garden. Was pretty much wrapped in plastic wrap. Thank you for the books.Tulips are not my favorite but yours are stunning. Persistent little. tulips.

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    1. I just love this weather tealady! It puts a smile on the lockdown for sure. I wish you well on your container gardens. I bet you will have a great harvest.
      Have a great weekend.

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  3. Your flowers are beautiful! We planted some petunias, marigolds and geraniums. The deer ate the petunias. Then, we sprayed the plants with that awful smelling deer repellant and the deer just walk on by now. :-)

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  4. Love your tulips!
    Your tree and bleeding hearts are beautiful too.
    Thanks for the books. I tried making chaffle, since I am tired of my own cooking and wanted something different.
    Hope you have a good weekend.

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    1. I'm so tired of my cooking too! Gourmet sandwiches were on the menu today with a side of potato chips. I hope your chaffles were good!

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