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Pic of the Day



Saturday, Cinco de Mayo!



Friday, May 4, 2012



Thursday, May 3, 2012

This is taken through our new garage door arbor. We decided to move the moongate…which was always hanging open because who goes in or out of the garage without their hands full? with another, simpler one. The moongate will become the entrance to our little nook behind the garage…after I do some repair.



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6 comments to Pic of the Day

  • WOL

    Seishi has the cutest little pug nosed face. I’m so glad they get along so well. I love how their ears snap forward when they hear the magic sound.

  • Hanneke

    They are so cute!
    This way of presenting a new picture every now and then is a good idea. It’s easy to notice but doesn’t distract from your blog-posts.

    If you don’t mind, I’d like to add their YinYang picture to my screensaver-slideshow on my home computer.
    Oops! Sorry for asking another question. There’s no urgency about it, so I’ll go back to being quiet and not disturbing the author at work. I’m way too happy your writing is going so well!
    And thank you for letting us chatter a bit among ourselves in your Web-space.

    • Feel free to use any of the pics I put up. I want to share them. If you’d like a higher quality image, just send me an email and I’ll send it directly to you. I try to keep the size down here for the folks who have slower connections.

  • Aw, these guys are so good together. They both need each other. Very nice, buddies!

  • mmberry

    May 8th photo. Could the mystery plant possibly be horseradish? The odd shaped root is why I think that. A friend had it in a garden ages ago. I don’t remember the tops, but the very oddly shaped root.

  • AbigailM

    Don’t know if you’ll see this after 4 months, but I wonder if that weed is a dock (Rumex sp.)?

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