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My passion is decorating with vintage and antique finds on a budget. There was a time when I wouldn't have dreamed of going into a goodwill. That day has passed. :) My second love is scrapbooking all those special family moments for posterity, and I recently set up my very own scrapbooking room. I have three beautiful children, two sons and a daughter as well as a sweet (albeit full blooded Yankee) daughter-in-law and two grandgirls. I also enjoy gardening, meeting new friends and relaxing on my patio in the evenings with a glass of fine wine. During the summer of 2001, I spent two glorious weeks at Kennedy Space Center. I've been somewhat of a space geek ever since....

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Monday, March 22, 2010

Three or More Tuesday

Do three or more orchid blooms count in this contest????? I'm so proud of this plant --- doubleclick to get a better look. I nursed it through last season's blooming season and all winter long after the blooms dropped off.... And look at it now!!! It makes me smile every time I walk over to my sink.... HAPPY THREE OR MORE TUESDAY!!! Don't forget to hop on over to visit Tam and see more Three or More Tuesday entries.

11 comments:

  1. How pretty girl...they are so hard to grow you have a right to be proud...love your Red curtains...Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

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  2. They do by all means count! Those orchids have gotten prettier since your first post and still more buds to open. Happy Spring.

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  3. Your orchid is beautiful! I've tried to get them to rebloom before and have never been successful. Great job!

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  4. Wow! I've never be successful at getting my orchid plants to bloom for me again. What's your secret? I'm definitely impressed!

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  5. Beautiful! And you definitely must have the GREEN thumb...like my mom. She could get a dead twig to bloom I think...
    Thanks for sharing the beautiful Three blooms. :-)

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  6. You have a green thumb -- that beauty wouldn't fare well with me, I fear!
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  7. Beautiful orchid. They are always so delicate and elegant aren't they?

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  8. There are so many different orchids. I can never tire of looking at them. Joan

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  9. It's just beautiful! I've always been so scared to try to grow these pretty flowers. I almost bought one last year but chickened out! They are beautiful for sure!

    Is that your Dad in the top photo on your sidebar titled "Always in my Heart"?

    Darling grand daughters you have!

    Thanks for visiting my blog!

    Blessings,

    Nancy

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  10. Please tell me how you did that!! I have had two that I have thought I was doing really well with but I could not even keep them alive after blooming. Thanks so much for stopping by!! Nice to "meet" you and find your blog! About the Mikasa, I haven't had that problem but most of mine is new. I did get some extra place settings on ebay that were pretty worn, and they are fine. Maybe it was a defect?

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