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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Zinnia - A to Z blog challenge



A garden full of flowers with names from A to Z. 

I have always wanted a small farm. Not to raise animals - they need daily care.

My farm would be full of bright colors. 

Flowers, vegetables, fruit trees and berries are seasonal
so I could enjoy a large garden and still travel. 

6 comments:

  1. Congratulations! I think I caught most of your posts and love the colors of the Zzzzzzinnia.

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  2. A farm full of bright colors. I like that image. :-) Congrats on completing the Challenge!

    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  3. I love these flowers, but for some reason it's been a long time since I've planted any. Note to self. By the way, it takes 3 clicks to get to your blog. Clicking on your name goes to your profile page, then the 2nd click goes to your other blog........the one not in the challenge, but it's listed first so I tried it first, then I had to go back to your profile and click again to get to your actual blog. If you use the name and url option in the drop down box you can leave the actual url to your blog and encourage more people to visit. Truthfully, not many will take time to do the multiple clicks to find where you are. Let me know if you need help, and or you can leave a hyper link right in the body of your actual comment. Example...my name here will take you to my dashboard where all 5 of my blogs are listed (because you don't have the name and url option open on your blog...but I do on my blog.......but I'm leaving you the hyperlink here so you can click on the words Sandy at Traveling Suitcase and go directly to the actual blog........saves lots of times when you're visiting lots of blogs during the day. Happy to help.
    Sandy at Traveling Suitcase

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  4. I love these flowers, but for some reason it's been a long time since I've planted any. Note to self. By the way, it takes 3 clicks to get to your blog. Clicking on your name goes to your profile page, then the 2nd click goes to your other blog........the one not in the challenge, but it's listed first so I tried it first, then I had to go back to your profile and click again to get to your actual blog. If you use the name and url option in the drop down box you can leave the actual url to your blog and encourage more people to visit. Truthfully, not many will take time to do the multiple clicks to find where you are. Let me know if you need help, and or you can leave a hyper link right in the body of your actual comment. Example...my name here will take you to my dashboard where all 5 of my blogs are listed (because you don't have the name and url option open on your blog...but I do on my blog.......but I'm leaving you the hyperlink here so you can click on the words Sandy at Traveling Suitcase and go directly to the actual blog........saves lots of times when you're visiting lots of blogs during the day. Happy to help.
    Sandy at Traveling Suitcase

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  5. Hate to rain on your parade but having owned a farm for 30+ years, gardening takes a LOT of work no matter what you plant. Unless mother nature totally cooperates and no animals are anywhere around to eat your plants, vegetable and flower, you have to be there. The only time we could travel was in the winter, say January and February. By March we were planting again. Beautiful zinnia and nice job on the A-Z challenge.

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  6. Beautiful! Congratulations on successfully finishing this challenge! New follower here. I'm stopping by from the "A to Z", and I look forward to visiting again.

    Sylvia
    http://www.writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/

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