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Nov 5, 2010 5:07 PM CST
Name: Stormy
Valley Forge Pa
I Love MAM ~ So Happy Together
Ronnie, That guy in Quakertown has great prices doesn't he? That's where I got my big basket planters, a bench and a few other nice concrete pieces. That is a nice dragon.

I don't like Gnomes either. The closest thing that I have to a Gnome is a sleeping leprechaun, or maybe it's Rumplestiltskin. Hilarious! Who knows?

Pam, Your St. Francis is beautiful.

Holly, People seem to go either for the Happy Buddahs or the very solemn ones. There doesn't seem to be an in between. Your guy is cute.

I did not add one new yard object this year. However I recently went to a flea market and bought several plant stands and a new plant hook stand. Everything was really inexpensive. I put them away for now and will paint them in the spring.

However I bought this table that day for $20. I would not put this one outside.

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