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I have lettuce!

And radishes!

And Deer!

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Funny, I don’t remember planting any Deer.

My cousin gave me a moonflower.  Going to put it in the flower bed right outside the back door once I get rid of the gigantic hosta and the poison ivy.  Why, yes, I DO have an itchy rash on my wrists and ankles.  Why do you ask?

PLUS!

Hillary Clinton just verified her Twitter account.  Here’s what her account profile looks like:

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That doesn’t look like a presidential candidate’s profile.  That looks like someone who wants to express an opinion or two.

Excellent.

You can follow her debut at #tweetsfromhillary.

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  1. Good for you–that was fast!
    Before arthritis hit, I always wanted to grow vegetables but our thundering herds of deer put paid to that daydream.

  2. Our garden is similar to yours, but we’ve had lettuce for weeks. And cabbage. Oddly, the deer and even the rabbits have stayed out of the garden so far this year. The deer did decimate some bushes when we had snow back in January though.

  3. Hosta is crack to deer.

    • Good! They can have it. Unfortunately, my hosta haven’t been touched. Instead, I see evidence of deer tiptoeing through my lettuce bed.

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