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May 08, 2008

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Hi Jane, I have been lurking for a short while and I love your bouquets. I read your response to my post on Tracy's blog.

I do understand the problems of May produce in Scotland as I live in the Pacific Northwest of the US. Lots of flowers now but the first fruit I am going to harvest will be red currants. I only meant to look for less traveled fruit, like apples, for example. Here we are getting good citrus from California, not exactly next door but still in the Northern hemisphere.
Anyway, I hope that Tracy won't take offense, as none was meant.

Hi Jane, I have been lurking for a short while and I love your bouquets. I read your response to my post on Tracy's blog.

I do understand the problems of May produce in Scotland as I live in the Pacific Northwest of the US. Lots of flowers now but the first fruit I am going to harvest will be red currants. I only meant to look for less traveled fruit, like apples, for example. Here we are getting good citrus from California, not exactly next door but still in the Northern hemisphere.
Anyway, I hope that Tracy won't take offense, as none was meant.

You're truly a lucky person if you have a job you love. Unfortunately, I never had one I loved. I guess I'm better at being a volunteer for Meals On Wheels. And lucky a husband pays the bills! I do envy you though.
Brenda

Hi Jane, how romantic! Your flowers must have done the trick then! Such a personal service, no wonder you love your job so much. Wish I could get married all over again just to come and choose my bouquet from your lovely garden.
Carolx

ahhhh romance..... i remember it well!
lovely flowers as always x
t x
(not offended at all!!!)

I did have a job that I disliked before this one and it ground me down day by day until I became a very dull, moany, energy sapping person.
Euan cheered when I gave it up.
J
x

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