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June 02, 2012


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Janet, The Queen of Seaford

Love cutting and bringing in roses, and gardenias (super right now) and anything else that strikes my fancy.
Those peanut butter cookies look tasty.


I like that philosophy. The are too luscious to observe from afar. And they smell so sweet and brighten up any room you put them in. Beautiful!

Alice Golden

Wish I lived closer... would love to stop by for a cookie and a chat. :)


Hi Kathleen, I always love fresh flowers in the house. They are just such a great pick-me-up. Those roses are so pretty and the cookies look delicious! I bet they didn't last long. (I often make peanut butter cookies, but haven't ever thought to sandwich a treat in between.)


Sometimes stumbling around on blogs gives us the best ideas! I wish I could remember where I got some of mine.....


Yummy cookies and yummy roses.


I have the hardest time cutting my flowers for indoor enjoyment! I usually do it for overnight guests, placing a few in the guest room. But why shouldn't I enjoy them myself? And I long for a garden party, but alas, no seating area yet. Some day!

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