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November 06, 2012


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I live in a swing state too and I was so tired of all of it I just wanted it over with. LOL!
Your miniature rose, Cupcake is so lovely Kathleen. Gorgeous shots as usual my friend.

Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Being in a swing state would be bothersome before the election with all the ads. On election day it would feel very powerful. Being in SC my vote is like using a spoon to fill the ocean.
The Primula is beautiful! All your photos are great, love the little hummer.


I agreed with everything you said in this post, and agree with your thoughts about being a resident of a swing state. It's really hard to figure us out, and the candidates can't take us for granted. Your images are beautiful as always, too. (Oh, and I also feel grateful to have a garden blogger friend like you.)


Lovely words and marvelous photos. xog


Of course I excercised my "power"! But I'm also glad it's over. Life in the swing states is pretty aggravating, huh?

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