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So glad that you found me! My blog is about everything I love like gardening, decorating my home & garden and crafting. Although I'm from Germany I write my blog in English so that hopefully every visitor can read it. Hope you'll stay a while and will leave me a comment so that I know that you were here! xoxo Carola

Monday, July 24, 2006

Questions

Just to let you know that I've answered all your questions in a big comment under my last posting! xox

5 comments:

Sofia Barao said...

Hi Carol, and thank you for all your comments and yes I'm okay now and hope everything will be better soon :)
As for the business cards, I would love Delila to do some for me but I'm needing more than 250 for the exhbition plus all the other exhibitions that I'm planning to do, so I guess I would not have enough money to pay for it, that's why I need something functional/cheap and pretty :)
Oh yes the hot weather is becoming suffocating around here and you are so right, the heat from the south is dry that's why even in my country 40° degrees in Alentejo area wasn't suffocating like it is here....me too can't wait for september to come :)

Anonymous said...

Thank you Carol for the great advise. I was off again to the garden store staring at David Austin roses this time, plotting what I could remove to make room for it/them. Luckily the store was closing so my woodland plants are safe....for now. I have been bitten by the rose bug for sure.
Thanks again. TWT

crafty said...

Good job it's a BLOOMIN' hot summer.
Just fantastic, I've got no chance to have a lovely garden, we recently adopted a retired racer irish greyhound and she keeps digging up the garden trying to catch the lizards. I've actually started a blog for her

http://boden betty.blogspot.com

keep well
joan in italy

crafty said...

mistake on url

http://boden-betty.blogspot.com

you can see a photo of my sorry you got a dog looking garden !!! LOL

hugs
joan

Anita said...

Carol,

Me too, I can't stop looking at your lovely garden photos. Very inspiring!
Thanks for your remark on my salvia farinacea. I really appreciate your comments and advices, I still have a lot to learn!
Anita

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