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In the beginning

flcrazy

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In the beginning, back in 1955, man didn’t know ‘bout a rock-in-roll show and all that jive. Sorry that’s the lyrics to an old AC/DC song that just jumped into my head….hehehe Got alittle carried away there….:-) Let’s start over, in the beginning back in 1995, I was finally able to give in to my desire to dabble more with my interest in gardening. My son was now old enough to take care of himself more around the house, and we had several old stumps in the yard that were an eyesore I wanted to hide. We had a hurricane come through our area in 1989 named Hugo, and we lost 26 trees in our surrounding woods, several came within inches of hitting the house. An experience I hope to never relive. Hence, where the stumps came from. I didn’t have any knowledge on plants other than the type we grew in the vegetable garden while growing up. More importantly, we didn’t have the money to invest in anything nice either, wait till you get a load of my first trellis….lol. It was made from an old camping tent poles and some of my dads electric fence wire !The things you’ll do to get what you want is amazing, isn’t it. I’ll not leave you in suspence any longer. Here it is, my first vine, a coral honeysuckle on my home made trellis. (There’s a stump hidden under those large rocks…lol)

Two years later it had grown enough to hide my trellis, thank goodness ….lol !

The following year in ‘98, I found a birdbath I just had to have, and bought it. After placing it in the yard, thought It needed something to frame it in, so asked Hubby if he would build me an arbor. Luckily for me Mother’s day was fast approaching , so I couldn’t be denied.

The following year I added a few more perennials on the lower right side. Slowly but surely it was coming together, the way I had pictured it in my mind.

In ’99, I got lucky and found a better paying job, Yeah !!! You all know what that means, right ? More Plants……;-)

A couple of years later we had a small tornado come through and it blew over our puny arbor so hubby had to beef it up with a bigger one made of 4×4′s.
Over the years it has evolved into what you see here, (still work in progress !)

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Wow, flcrazy.....what a great blog. That is wonderful to have all the photos of your progress over the years. It sure looks beautiful now. Well done.

PS ~ I almost got caught in Hurricane Hugo in '89. We were in the Dominican Republic and we were supposed to get hit head on. Luckily, the storm turned off to the north before it quite reached us. Scary to be in a strange country in an emergency situation.

4 May, 2009

 

What lovely progress! It looks like a little hide-away for quiet moments. Well done!

4 May, 2009

 

Amazing transformation over the years flcrazy, and a nice little blog - love it!

4 May, 2009

 

Oh well done you ! Not sure you posted this just to shut me up ..but hope this is the first of many as what progress .From bits of wire and canes to the last picture is a great achievement and clever to have a record of how it started ..how I wish I d taken some before pics .

Then again Jane would probably say whats the problem ? Not much different now..

4 May, 2009

 

That's a lovely tranformation, well done to you.

4 May, 2009

 

Wonderful to see how it's all developing :o)

4 May, 2009

 

Oh my gosh out of HUGO this all came to be isnt that just like life when we have to ask GOD for help seams like it just turns out better. It looks beautiful and I love your pictures, I do hope you have a good year My husband is from Panamacity we came home for 40 year class reunion it will be our last trip to FL we met at Eglin AFB in the 70s he is not doing so good Health wise so last year was our last trip. I love the ocean and flowers in FL may you have safe year and keep up the good work looks beautiful. Your new friend who lives in Washington now.

4 May, 2009

 

That is so lovely to read and see. Thank you for posting it.

4 May, 2009

 

Superb..love the photos

4 May, 2009

 

Wow! what a great show of your progress. I remember when Hugo came thru also. We had some minor damage. Great that it allowed you to get a start. Your garden is great, but then you already now what I think!!!

4 May, 2009

 

~it looks really lovely now~what a transformation!

4 May, 2009

 

Thanks everyone for the vote of confidence. I was terrified my first blog would be a big flop. Thanks to Bonkers encouragement I decided to give it a try. Hope you liked it Bonkers, this one was for you !

Gilli, I can't imagine the fright you must have been experiencing in a foreign place, not knowing where to go in case it hit, or where to go for help if you needed it.This hurricane caught everyone by surprise, we've never had a hurricane come so far inland before, well in my life time anyway, so nobody was prepared or had a clue of what to do before the storm hit.

Wohlibuli, I knew you would remember Hugo,being we live so close to one another, but I didn't think anyone else would. So glad to hear it passed by without much damage being done.

Yes Lujean, looks like hugo created a monster here... ,ME....lol. I've certainly turned into a plant junky.

I think Bonkers thought I was stalling, but I was having a time trying to find all these old pictures,(none of them are in albums....lol). Then trying to figure out how to download and resize them for the website.....Phew.....! One good thing is , I did learn a few new things about the computer, bad thing is, if I don't do it again soon, I'll forget how I did it ....lol.

4 May, 2009

 

Thanks for showing how you progressed, it looks brill, can't beleave it that long since (hugo).

4 May, 2009

 

wow, what a great story and achieving something that you really wanted, from having nothing to the beautifull garden you have today flcrazy,, just shows with a little patients and hard earned money and of course the love you put in,, we can achieve our dreams,, well done and thanks for sharing this with us flcrazy x :o))

4 May, 2009

 

Now that was great nice to see how things progress in our gardens i must dig out some of mine!!

4 May, 2009

 

Nope didnt think you were stalling .. like many have enjoyed your pics and when chatting to you sometimes sounds like you lack a bit of self belief.

No - one here would think your garden a flop and your pics are always of such great quality sure I am not alone in admiring your skills in the garden and with a camera.

When sending my cheque could you please make it payable to ..

4 May, 2009

 

great blog and very inspirational, for the last 10 years my garden has been given over to the children(quite rightly) but now as they use it less and less I can start to realise my plans. Started last month with putting up an arch and cutting into the lawn for new borders. Im hoping at the end of 5 years I wont have much of a lawn left, just borders filled with all my favs

4 May, 2009

 

What a fantastic blog, with all the growing photos too. Well done, it looks wonderful :-)

4 May, 2009

 

What you've achieved is amazing - you must be so pleased and thankful that you took before and after photos. The hurricane and tornado must have been very scarey. Love honeysuckle especially the fragrance!

4 May, 2009

 

Absolutely stunning - what a result from a hurricane.

4 May, 2009

 

What a wonderful experience, watching your garden grow with you! Makes all my little adds to grow my garden feel like they really are leading somewhere! (I've a particular familiarity with the first few photos....:-) Just wonderful!

4 May, 2009

 

Thanks everyone for your wonderful imput ! I can finally take a breath again ! Well Bonkers, you are right, I don't have much confidence in alot of things. Until joining GOY, only a few people had ever seen my garden, and I haven't written anything since high school, and Language was always my worst subject....lol. So I was terrified to put my shortcomings out there for everyone to see. But you had faith in me and you were right, I could do it and I survived it too....lol ! I have to fess up and tell you I was doing some stalling in the beginning. I didn't have a clue on what to write about until you said on an earlier post, "that if this picture doesn't inspire you to write a blog ".... Btw, the check is in the mail, I made you work hard for this one..:-)

Yes, it's hard to believe it's been almost 20 years since Hugo came through....., sure hope the next 20 years go at a more leisurely pase!
Sure sounds like you have some fun times planned in your garden for the next few years Mageth. Be sure to take lots of photos ! I've had a love for the camera long before I had one for flower gardening. My poor son will attest to that, I think for the first three years of his life, he thought the video camera was a part of my face...lol. When I turned to gardening, I suddenly had more things to take pictures of, luckily for me my two favorite hobbys go hand in hand.

4 May, 2009

 

Thanks GT, we do what we can with what we've got, right ! I hope you have as much fun building your dream as I did mine...;-)

4 May, 2009

 

Lovely blog. Hope there will be many more!

5 May, 2009

 

What a good blog and a beautiful garden

5 May, 2009

 

Its nice to look back then compare with what you have today,enjoyed reading your blog and seeing the photo,s of what you have achieved,sincerely hope you dont experience another Hugo.Well done.......

5 May, 2009

 

Thanks for your kind comments and well wishes! I hope to never experience another hurricane, one was quite enough....:-)

5 May, 2009

 

Have always enjoyed looking at your beautiful photographs, and now you have become an expert blogger.....well done, I found your blog most interesting, good idea of yours to keep the photographs of your endeavours.....of course we will expect more now, you do realize that dont you?

5 May, 2009

 

Thanks Dotty, you're too kind. It sounds like I might have just bitten off more than I can chew....lol.

5 May, 2009

 

Excellent blog with fascinating history.
Flcrazy ~ well done :o)

6 May, 2009

 

i admire your patience and restraint i hope you get to add as more as your heart desires

6 May, 2009

 

Fabulous blog. Loved the story of that arbour, lol.

It looks absolutely stunning now and your planting is first class. Well done, you. I bet you're well proud of that. :o)

6 May, 2009

 

I have just stumbled accross your gardening blog and find the content absolutely fantastic. I have learnt a great deal about gardening from this blog. Keep up the good work please over the summer months. I will be reading with interest. I also hope to provide insight into gardening at www.mysod.co.uk

6 May, 2009

 

To be honest, I never expected anyone to read my blog...lol. Now that you have, I must say, I'm very pleasantly surprised by your responses, and I really appreciate everyone's imput.

6 May, 2009

 

Well, there you go, Flcrazy. :-) The nature of GOY, eh? and look how many people like your blog even if they don't comment.

I certainly would like to see more of your garden too.

6 May, 2009

 

Yes Llew , you'll never run across a more wonderful group of people, this site has been quite an inspiration to alot of us in many different ways! BTW, let me welcome you to GOY too. !

6 May, 2009

 

Thank you, hun. It's been a good month for me so far. :o)

6 May, 2009

 

Oh my... Popular tree, what a wonderfoul compliment, I'm afraid I don't feel qualified to give gardening advice, but I am very humbled by your kind thoughts of my gardening skills ! I just noticed you,Labyrs50, and, Lemondog are new members also, and would like to welcome all of you into the GOY family ! I know you are going to love it here too.

6 May, 2009

 

What a beautiful garden, well done. Want to enjoy it even when the weathers awful...? Have a look at these, they're amazing and suit gardens like yours to a tee!

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7 May, 2009

 

How have i missed your blog Flc, now that ive eventually read it i think its brill, the things we done when we first started gardening, i didnt have a lot of money but that didnt stop me either, your arbour area (as the rest of your garden) is a credit to you, and isnt it just a fantastic hobby..Love Dee..

7 May, 2009

 

Appreciate the info Steve,and thanks for your imput.

Thanks a million Dee ! I've had many different hobbies in my life time, but nothing else I've ever done satisfies me the way gardening does ~! I have afeeling you and most of the other GOY'ers feel the same way.

7 May, 2009

 

I'll certainly second that Flcrazy. :o)

8 May, 2009

 

Glad to know I'm not alone on this one Gilli....;-) Can't imagine another hobby being able to takes it's place . As long as I can still walk ..., make that crawl out to the garden....lol

8 May, 2009

 

Brilliant blog Flcrazy it's good to look at and read the storys of gardens in other parts of the world. We Brits like to moan about our weather but your hurricanes and tornados puts ours into perspective. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your garden, as Dottydaisy2 says we expect more!

9 May, 2009

 

Thanks Rbtkew, so glad you enjoyed my blog. You are right, our weather can be very unpredictable, and disasterous here, without much warning . I think the mistress of the sea on our side of the Atlantic is an evil little witch....lol

9 May, 2009

 

What a great story and inspirational photos - well done you -

10 May, 2009

 

What is This???? You wrote a BLOG???? Great!
You started with a honeysuckle too? Great progress pics...I enjoyed your pics as much as your history! ( I've often felt at odds with people who called in the landscapers.. like it's a creation of their's...not nature's.) But your garden has come with time, patience and a lot of loving care...like you knew what was waiting there and drew it from the earth in pieces...each piece an addition, an improvement! I like your style of landscaping you have a very light touch...but it's magic!
Have you done a blog about your pond adventure? and your tropicals? Will be watching for your next one!

10 May, 2009

 

Thanks Angiedoherty, really appreciate your thoughts on my blog, and welcome to GOY ! I sure you'll find some gardening inspiration everytime you log on..

What about that Lori ! I still can't believe I wrote one either....lol Life's just full of surprises isn't it ? Your sweet words have my poor head spinning friend.... I'm so glad you liked it ! As far as more blogs goes...., definitely considering it, but not making any promises.....lol May not happen until the peak of growing season has past. This is my busiest time of the year. If this is starting to sound like a cop-out, that's probably because it is....lol.

10 May, 2009

 

Ah no pressure! I'd want to give all my attention to my garden too...I want to take mine with me...boo hoo.

10 May, 2009

 

Great to see how this developed. You described it as a work in progress. Is the plan to keep expanding till the whole garden is done? How many stumps have you got left to cover now?

15 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks Gardeninfr. ! The plan was to only have interconnecting pathways throughout the garden, doing away with most of the lawn, but age has put a damper on that plan. I takes me twice as long to get half as much work done anymore. It's all I can do to keep up with the weeding . I luckily did get around to covering all the stumps that were out in the garden before I slowed down, even if it was only by placing a statue on top of them...lol

15 Jun, 2009

 

You've done a beautiful job flcrazy...

15 Jun, 2009

 

Well a few years ago hurricane Stephanie wreaked similar havoc here. You probably didn't here of this hurricane as it only affected my garden. Lots of tree stumps were left behind. It did not occur to me to cover them. I have been removing them and it has been very hard work. I must say your planting looks a lot better than my holes in the ground!

17 Jun, 2009

 

I think he means hurricane Stephen lol..Flrczy....lol...

17 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks for the compliment Gardeninfr. What ever the hurricane was called Catfinch, it sounds like it was bad business...:-). Nothing like the wrath of nature to put one in their place and make you realize just how insignificent we really are, and how lucky we are to still be here...

17 Jun, 2009

 

lol..I think it was the wrath of GF...actually...that hit his trees...trying to make more sunlight..himself is nature on this one...lol..but I certainly do agree..Mom nature can certainly get our attention when we get in her way!.

17 Jun, 2009

 

Should have known he was the culprit Catfinch, it was sounding a little suspious, being only his property was destroyed, but I was going to give him the benefit of a doubt...;-) I'll know better next time. As the old saying goes, Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me...lol

17 Jun, 2009

 

He is so bad...I love that about him...lol..grrrr...I can just see him now...growling around about us talking amongst ourselves...hehehe...can't pester you in person right now..I shall pester you on GOY with the help of Flcrzy..I do believe she has your number...lol...

17 Jun, 2009

 

lol...., Don't cut him any slack Catfinch, you know if you give a man an inch, they'll try and take a mile !....;-)

17 Jun, 2009

 

LOL... GF may break all land records of distances he can take...lol..
I still like the ideas of paths etc...through your garden...just take your time..there is no rush...putter through it and enjoy.

17 Jun, 2009

 

lol..., sounds like you better keep an extra close eye on that one Catfinch....lol.
I plan on gardening as usual, and that encludes about one new flowerbed a season, can't fight the urge to create something new completely, I wind up giving in at least once a year...lol . I'm hopeless !

17 Jun, 2009

 

Just caught up with this Jerrie.....super blog and smashing photos, the end result is really beautiful!

17 Jun, 2009

 

Thanks a million Janey, I was really intimidated and worried about writing a blog. So I just attibrute this one to beginners luck...lol

17 Jun, 2009

 

You have such a beautiful garden now Flcrazy and it must be wonderful to walk around in all that space you have in North Carolina- can you send me some of it please so I can add it to my garden!

5 Aug, 2009

 

Thanks so much Richard for your nice comments. I'll be glad to send you some of my land. I know you will work miracles with it. Hope you don't mind helping me pay the taxes on it though....lol

6 Aug, 2009

 

I'm impressed!
Do you have all of your plants on an organic program?
The growth and diversity is impressive! My compliments to the chef ! :-)

7 Aug, 2009

 

Thanks N2, so glad you like it ! Every year in early Spring, on the areas that don't get much water, I put down about 4 inches of finely chopped bark mulch. On the areas that are densely planted and I have to irrigate a couple of times a week, I put down about 2 inches of bagged humus with manure mix, or some mushroom compost if I can afford it. I've tried mulching the whole garden but I found out the hard way that mulch doesn't do well when placed in overcrowded areas where it doesn't receive any sunlight and gets watered frequently. I always wind up with a virus in the garden that wipes out alot of plants. Mulch and compost once a year is about all I can afford to give the gardens anymore. ..:-)

7 Aug, 2009

 

We have honeysuckle in our garden Flcrazy, and although we have had it for a number of years this is the first year that we have had a significant amount of flowers on it. Well It sounds as though you really enjoy your garden Flcrazy and although you are busy with it, I suppose it keeps you out of mischief !

7 Aug, 2009

 

LoL..., I wouldn't count on that Richard ! You hang around GOY long enough, you'll find out I stay in trouble...lol.
My honeysuckle is dieing back on me because of it's age. I need to give it a severe pruning next spring to rejuvinate it. Now that I have a trumpet vine growing on this trellis now also to cover it, I can afford to cut the honeysucle back to the main stump. I just haven't had to heart to do it so far, out of fear of losing my first plant.

7 Aug, 2009

 

You have a wonderful ,stunning garden obviously much loved and just a bit younger than me too, but if I may say so its kept better than I have. LOL well done you!

13 Aug, 2009

 

Oops sorry I read that again its not 55 its 95 , even more impressive to have such a place in such a short time!

13 Aug, 2009

 

My Honeysuckle is in a large pot in the garden but what I want to do is to take it out of the pot and plant it in the ground where it is. I will have to undo all the ties tying it to our trellis and then drop it down so it is level with the soil. Would you know when is the best time to do this Flcrazy as at the moment it is flowering.

13 Aug, 2009

 

Thanks Indy, it seems like it's been here forever...lol

Here in the States Richard, they suggest the best time to plant is early spring as new growth begins, after last chance of frost has passed. Good luck with it! I think you'll love it even more once you get it in the ground, it will get much larger once it gets established.

13 Aug, 2009

 

Thats great Flcrazy we are growing it to cover the trellis-mainly to stop our neighbour looking over when we are sat in the garden- as her garden is a bit higher than ours! (we can't see into her garden - not that we would want to if we could!)-thanks for the advice hope you are enjoying your life over there!

14 Aug, 2009

 

You're welcome Richard, and thanks, this has been a fantastic gardening season for me this year !

14 Aug, 2009

 

Flcrazy, how come you wrote a blog in May and only now I read it? And you've taken your hat off too and now I am looking at this lovely lady in yellow. Pleased to meet you Flcrazy. This is your first blog, how come, you've got such writer's talent, you should write many more. This is very enjoyable! I love your story and I can see it all before me. I know all about cyclones, which is our translation of hurricanes. Frightening, aren't they and yes, they do wreck your garden. 4x4's sound nice and sturdy too, so you'll be right there. It is so nice to see your garden grow like this and what it looks like now is smashing. You had some wonderful ideas in your mind and have been able to realise them, which is wonderful. Congrats Flcrazy.

14 Aug, 2009

 

Thank you so much Marguerite, that's such a sweet thing to say !. I have to give all the thanks to Bonkers for encouraging me to write this blog. I'm afraid , I don't have very much confidence in my writing abilities. I may give it another try this Winter, when my life slows downs a bit.
Glad you like the new avatar.(you're making me blush...lol) It's been a long time since I've had a picture of me up , thought it was time to undate it so all the new comers to GOY would know who they were chatting with. I need one with me smiling, but I don't have a recent one. I'm always the one behind the camera, rarely ever the one in front of it...lol

14 Aug, 2009

 

Whatever made you think you couldn't write a blog F/crazy ? This is BRILLIANT ! A wonderful story in words and pictures from the beginning. I am very new to GOY which is why I am so late to this page. This reminds me of the saying 'Every cloud has a silver lining'. Out of the cloud of Hugo came your beautiful, beautiful garden !! More blogs please F'Crazy, you are a wonderful storyteller !! xx
ps: I like AC/DC too !!

30 Aug, 2009

 

What a thoughtful thing to say Sue, I'm blushing...lol ! So glad you enjoyed it , I was a nervous wreck while writing it !
So you like AC/DC too ! I feel closer to you already Sue.;-)Nothing like a little 'Let There be Rock ' to make you want to get up and shake your booty is there....lol. I can feel the years shedding off, just thinking about. Aahhh..., to be young again !

30 Aug, 2009

 

In the beginning back in 1955 ... year I was born !! haha You don't look that old AT ALL Jerrie !! My philosophy is that age is a state of mind !! I can be 17 everyday if I want to !! lol
And I HAVE danced around the living room to AC/DC and MANY others !!! lol

Don't be nervous, get the pen out !! You have a gift ! xx

30 Aug, 2009

 

I'm not far behind you friend, I was born in Jan. of 61. I love your philosophy by the way....lol. There are days my hubby would agree with you too, says I act like a two year old when I don't get my way, (which is most of the time )...lol

31 Aug, 2009

 

January the what ? I'm February 10th. Don't tell me we're both Aquarians !!! That would explain a lot !! lol

31 Aug, 2009

 

January the 28th, I sure am Sue !...lol.

31 Aug, 2009

 

Woo hoo !!!!! Humanitarians rule !!!

31 Aug, 2009

 

Fantastic garden!! Fantastic blog!! - full credit to you on achieving your dream garden.

30 Nov, 2009

 

Thanks so much Judz, so glad to hear you enjoyed my attempt at a blog...lol. Let me say also, welcome to GOY. Hope you love it here as much as the rest of us !

1 Dec, 2009

 

Oh Good Grief!!! it's written in the stars....I'm an Aquarian too.... "This is the Dawning of the Age of Aquarius!" but I'm older than both of you..I was born 1950.

2 Dec, 2009

 

Thanks for the welcome - I'm already addicted.

2 Dec, 2009

 

Wow..., all this time we've chatted together, what's it been Lori , a year and a half now ? I never knew you were an Aquarian too. No wonder we get along so well...., we're kindred spirits....lol.
Judz, glad to hear you're enjoying yourself, it's really hard not to get addicted to this site....lol.

2 Dec, 2009

 

We're taking over the world Jerrie and Lori !! (Probably do a better job !) lol :~)))

2 Dec, 2009

 

Lol...., I don't know if I'd do a better job Sue, but you can guarantee we'd have more fun than anyone else while we were doing it.... !! Yeehaaa .....lol

2 Dec, 2009

 

LMAO !! :~)))

2 Dec, 2009

 

I sure enjoyed reading this blog. Your an inspiration to me. Let me know where in N Carolina you are. Have you ever heard of Land Harbor N.C.?

31 Jan, 2010

 

Hi Valerie ,it seems like forever since I wrote this blog. I've had a blast reading though it again after all this time. ..lol I'm glad to hear you enjoyed it too.

I don't know the mountains as well as I should, as I don't ride through those curvy roads very well...:-). My husband used to live there many years ago and said he thought you were close to Linville. Is that right ?

1 Feb, 2010

 

Hi Flc
Your husband is right, I live in Linville. Saw you on my web page yesterday so you know I have a shade garden. That makes it a little harder to garden but I get a little filtered sun in some spots where I can get things to bloom. I put in a coral vine this year to run up a wall post but not sure if there is enough sun to get it to bloom. I'm wondering where in NC you are? We havn't had any hurricanes but did have an ice storm at Christmas that brought down a lot of our large branches and trees (some on our roof) Going up next week to check out the damage and meet with a roofer. We live in Florida in the winter. Your blog is a real inspiration to me

7 Mar, 2010

 

Hi Vakerie, I had a feeling you had to be in or near Linville, hubby used to live there many years ago, before we met. We live in a small community called Grace Chapel. It's in between Granite Falls and Hickory.
I hate to hear you had damage done to your house, hope the damage was minimal. Must be very disturbing finding something out like that when you're living that far away from your home .

11 Mar, 2010

 

Went up and checked out the damage to our home. Not too bad but we are having 5 large trees taken down that are leaning over our house. The good news is I will get a little more sun into my garden. I don't know where Grace Chapel is. How far away from me are you? Is it close enough for us to look at each other's gardens? Would love to have someone look at my garden that know something about gardening. I just guess at everything.

13 Apr, 2010

 

Still only one blog Jerry .... ?? (I'll bet you're sitting there with a bemused look thinking, 'What the ..... ?' LOL) xx

4 Aug, 2010

 

I'm just an honest to goodness, well trained, professional procrastinator. What can I say....., at least I'm honest....lol

4 Aug, 2010

 

As I said my Aquarian friend ..... still only one blog ? FAR too much talent going to waste .......
Got it yet from this side of the pond ...... ???
Shook your booty to AC/DC lately ... ?? Cat still having your hand off when you go to stroke his tum ....??? LOL !!!
This is not a troll .... if you still haven't got it, I'll pm you .... ! ;~))) xxx

5 Aug, 2010

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