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Fun Flippin’ Friday Fill-In’s

Another beautiful day.  Hey, did you see the tulips Budd?  They are coming out of the ground amongst weeds that have decided to be fruitful and multiply right in front of our eyes.

We are joining Feline Friday over at Comedy Plus.  They show the coolest cats on Friday….take a gander friends.  Click on the name or their badge and you’re there.  

SHOKO…..SHADOW BLACK
TYEBE………ROYAL BLUE
BUDD……….GAGGING GREEN
MOM………..MAROON

We are joining Ellen of 15 and Meowing and Lorianne of Four-Legged Furballs for the Fill Ins on Friday.  Click on the name and join them and their friends.

1. If I couldn’t live in my country, I would live in…..SIAM…..I believe they call it Tyeland now.                                                                 

   Of course, Tyebe would come with me.  We’d see our good friend Squish the elephant                                                                        .

2. I wish I had kept ……MY PEPPER FROM DA PHENNY…… from my childhood.  It was just the right size for me.  It’s still somewhere in the house but heaven knows where.

                                                                             

I guess these are the closest things to it but mine was from France and so unique.  I’ll show you if I ever remember where I dropped it.

3. I would choose…SUMMER  over….WINTER……

                                                   
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Which season do you venture out of doors to enjoy?

                                                   

4 SNOW MOLD,,,,,, doesn’t matter in the long run.  What, you never heard of snow mold?  This is the phenomena when the snow disappears and  it looks like spiders have been busily making spider webs under the snow.  The webs stretch across the lawn like a hair net or web net.  Apparently. as the snow compresses with warm weather and then rain, the webbing occurs.  This doesn’t happen wherever the snow falls only in certain areas.  The western provinces of Canada do get snow mold while not necessarily in Ontario.  Tell me friends….do you get snow mold?  This is a disease and it can be treated.  However, many peeps are allergic to it and raking may cause hazardous sneezing.