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Monday, October 22, 2007



Well Saturday afternoon I had the privilege of walking through my friend Angela's garden... It was just exquisite so on the way home I had to treat myself to a couple of beautiful bunches of roses at our local rose farm.... So pretty.... Anyway life is just hectic at the moment.... I wish I truly had more time to smell the roses but I am so blessed to have so many wonderful customers and I will work very hard for them till my break in December....

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  1. Good Morning Cathy. I am just off to work and thought I would have a peep at your blog to give me a lift for the day,It worked! Those roses are just perfect, and I love the idea of a Rose Farm, oh how pretty, have a lovely day
    Lynn xx

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  2. OH! Have you visited Angela!! I really like her, a lot :) I guess she has a fantastic garden, i have seen a few pictures. Lovely roses :) And i really love your blog too, i have visited you a few times but i always forgot to link you. Have happy spring days!
    Aina

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  3. Beautiful roses Cathy. The colour is so you. I too know how infectious beautiful plants and gardens can be and no matter how many plants I have, there's always room for more. Plants somehow, whether they are arranged in a garden or arranged in a bouquet inside, somehow complete the picture and give a sense of well being.
    Life may be hectic at the moment with all your orders but the charms you are creating are SO beautiful and are filling so many people with delight.You will certainly deserve a break by December.Until then...you go girl!

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  4. Cathy what beautiful roses you bought from the Rose Farm.
    Alison

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  5. So wonderful roses, flowers is one of the best things that exists.. hug, Mia

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  6. Your pictures of the roses are simply beautiful. I really had to pause and think of the last time I had roses in my home. You are so right, we do need to stop and smell the roses and take in all their beauty. Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs~Michele

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  7. Dear Cathy, There must always be time, if even for a fleeting moment to smell the roses.It helps to regenerate the mind and soul.If no flowers are in bloom a lingering bath in rose scented bubbles is the next best thing.I recommend Crabtree and Evelyn's lovely one!From way over here where the last rose for the season has faded, Susan

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  8. Hi Cathy, I just wanted to tell you how beautiful your project is in the new Romantic Homes!!! Take a look at my blog if you'd like to see a preview of your wonderful article. I love your work, Cathy and I'm so glad that so many have recognized your talents! xxoo, Dawn

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  9. Dear Cathy,
    I'm just so honored to have been able to share it with you!! Feel free to enlarge and right click my photos and put them on your computer if you would like to post about this. I know you have a huge following that will LOVE to know that you have an article and will RUN to the store to buy this issue. It's not on the newstands quite yet here in America (I have it because our store has a listing in the back and we receive it early) but should be in about a week or two. Wishing you much, much success!!!! xxoo, Dawn

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  10. I do love those roses! The color of them are my favorite. I think you and I love the same color theme it look likes. Thank you for sharing the beauty around you!

    Teresa
    http://www.teresaksheeley.typepad.com/

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  11. ahhh roses...It's here now and roses seem so far off...

    thank you for sharing yours...now if only we had smell-o-vision.

    ~simply stork~

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  12. it's winter..he he I'll bet that one made no sense at all...my silly typing fingers.

    ~simply stork~

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