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Thursday thoughts with Torrey — 27 Comments

  1. I love the way your mom took the pictures of the flowers and then all the closer and close ups. Sometimes coming back to the heat and stuff you don’t really like makes you appreciate the different places. That is why I like the seasons. The neighbors kept two of the puppies from the mama dog they had. They were raised with bottles after the mama doggie was killed in the road. Now these cute puppies one boy and one girl are running loose. The other two of the littler found new homes. Reggie and Ollie would love to go play with them. Our white new zealand rabbit is getting big and we found out she is a girl. Girl rabbits have a dewlap under there chin to store up fat when they have babies. There will be no baby rabbits unless a Mr rabbit comes a hopping

  2. Wowwzers! That Mother Nature sure knows how to plant a fabulishious garden!!!
    Hope yous gets back soon
    Kisses
    Nelle

  3. What beautiful wildflowers. Thanks for sharing. It certainly DID brighten my day :) Makes me want to do some wildflower hike.

  4. I love wildflowers, especially the Indian Paintbrushes. Reminds me of when I lived in Texas. The Paintbrushes were often also seen with Bluebonnets.

  5. Those flowers are so gorgeous, and don’t you girls look beautiful amongst them! No wonder Mom & Dad didn’t want to leave.

  6. Wow, the flowers have gone wild! They are glorious, and your photos of them are wonderful. Keep having fun up high, Roxy, and avoid the crowds and heat!

  7. Beautiful – just like a painting… Roxy you look so lovely prancing about the flowery meadow.. here is a little two line poem I made for you…

    Roxy, Roxy How do you do?
    Those are lovely flowers, just like you!

    WOOF!

  8. How gorgeous to see all those wildflowers!So much vibrant colors how could they not make you happy?

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