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Wildflowers (Updated 9/22/07)

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Thought I'd display all of Mom's pictures of flowers in one blog entry here. As she takes new ones, I'll add them at the top and change the Updated date. I don't have any captions for these yet, will try to add more later, time permitting. In the meantime, if you know what these are please feel free to add comments! (ps - these are Thumbnails, you can click on them to see a larger version):






Posted by phylisej 14:58 Archived in USA Tagged photography

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The top photo is chamomile, don't know what species. Jeanette, remember when we were kids we used to call them "dollie lemons"? The flowers in the shot with picturesque mountains in the background look like maybe yarrow. I'd need a closer look to be sure. Aside from some grasses, I believe the purple flowers in the bottom photo are a thistle, similar looking to ones that grow wild in Washington.

by drque

Hi Phylis,
Are you getting this? I have tried unsuccessfully to e-mail you and hope this time it actually works! Let me know if you get this! Ha! If you don't let me know, I will assume that you did not get it! Ha! Ha! End of a busy day of school, and the mind is on 'silly' mode!

by Judy McCai

Yes, we got your message. I hope the packages are getting to you ok. My son said some of his are damaged. I've tried to get some things that your class can use too. Miss you. Phylis

by phylisej

Well, I know how to contact you it seems! Good. I want to thank you for all the nice items you have sent. Kelli has shared them with her class, my granddaughter has told me. She has been living with me and my husband and going to our school. Kelli has seven students and is doing better this year with it being her second year at teaching.
I can see you and your daughter have invested much money in the items you are sending. We appreciate your faithfulness in keeping us informed about where you are and sharing things with our classes. It is so kind of you both. We are saving them for your return. You will have loads of reading material, and movies to look at!
Thanks again and continue to enjoy the many sights of this country!

by Judy McCai

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