Letters from a Hill Farm
Love Sinatra, love that song!!! Thanks for the treat, Nan!
Oh, Gigi, I'm so glad! When I put up something like this which delights me, I'm always thrilled when someone else likes it, too.
Forget-me-nots are my favourite flowers. Back in February, I have given a little bag of seeds to a friend who is very dear to me and who I always fear will find his dancing goddess one day and completely forget about me.
I love forget me nots aren't they beautiful :0)
Thanks for stopping by and making my day! I need to get writing again.
I love forget me nots. We passed them out at my mothers funeral. Just a way for everyone to plant them and remember her and thank them for stopping by.....it was kind of a wonderful idea don't you think!
What fun. I didn't remember this chorus of the song.
Beautiful flowers, but oh, what a great song!! I love Sinatra and all the old standards. Thanks for putting a smile on my face. Now to dig out a couple of Sinatra cds...
Beautiful little flowers and great song. I brought bunches of the plants to each of my daughters to put in their gardens last weekend.
Librarian, what an intriguing thing to say!Val, yes!Mare, it's always a joy!Linda, what a wonderful gesture. So very touching.Lisa, such a great song!Les, do you have sirius xm in your car or house? There's a station I'm planning to write about sometime soon called Siriusly Sinatra! I love it.Common Weeder, lucky girls!!
Nope, no Sirius, although Rod had it a few years ago when he was testing it for an article he was writing. I think I remember him listening to Siriusly Sinatra. ;)
Les, tell him if he buys a NEW Beetle, it comes all ready for Sirius. :<)
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