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Al does, but I don't - I think I should take some pictures before everything leafs out!
Thank you for your well-timed advice - I do want to mention that in Massachusetts, some "burning bush" species are considered noxious weeds - like the ones that are eating the foundation of my house. Did you really paint your trim that lovely color of purple? Thanks, Toni! xxx, Carrie
Wet wet wet - all rain. Some sheets, some buckets, some cats and dogs, some steady, some pouring, but no snow. I thought it was supposed to be spring this month?
That's brown? I like purple, not as much as I did in 6th grade when I got 6 new dresses for my new school and they were all different shades of purple, but i do like purple. But ever since Crayola renamed the colors I've been a little hazy on the names - was it a luscious periwinkle? An intense lavender? A pale lilac? Well, now that I know what "oxidized brown" looks like I'll know what to ask for, because I do like it!