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May 7, 2014 3:54 PM CST
Name: aka GardenQuilts
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and the beloved Winston the pug
LOL, no mailbox crisis here, thank goodness. There is a bank of mailboxes nearby. I am going to pick up my key tomorrow. They will pick up and drop off packages at the door. I brought my other mailbox with me. It is holding my garden tools in the garage at the moment.

Winston the pug has been eating native day lily leaves. They are safe for dogs, so I let him eat them. He seems to like the new place. I set up a short bench with a pillow so that he can look out the front window. Two robins are busy eating something there. So far, Winston doesn't like the bench, I may have to come up with something else.

I am tempted to pick up some annuals to cheer things up until my seedlings mature or my roses recover and start blooming. There is a decorative wooden wheel barrow in the front flower (well, actually weed, rock and tree stump) bed that is crying out for some petunias or other trailing flower. My last frost date is later this month, so I should probably wait.

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