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Old 24-04-2004, 06:02 AM
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That's how I feel, too. My neighbors can attest to the fact that I'm on my
knees a lot weeding the lawn. The weeds still win.


I have these beautiful yellow flowers all over my lawn.
Honestly I have grown to appreciate the beauty of dandelions.

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That's how I feel, too. My neighbors can attest to the fact that I'm on

my
knees a lot weeding the lawn. The weeds still win.


I have these beautiful yellow flowers all over my lawn.
Honestly I have grown to appreciate the beauty of dandelions.


So far, I've been fighting the burrs. They are not fun to step on with bare
feet! Dandelions will come later.




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