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Wynona Gibson
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One of the potted wave petunias smiling hello. 
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+Susan Gabriel Yes,Susan. Thank you so much. Hope your day is beautiful. 
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#hqsplandscape   #landscapephotography   #Myfpod   #myfpodlandscape   #mygardens   Crepe Myrtle tree starting to bloom
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+Wynona Gibson your love shows!
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Sharing this beautiful work by artist Chin H Shin vias Zdenek Tomanek.  Love the vibrant acivity. 
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Slash of color in the garden. 
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+Gisela Jochum Thank you Gisela. appreciate it. 
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In my kitchen window to brighten my mornings. 
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Crept Myrtle tree beginning to bloom.These trees decorate the country side in the south. Comes in dwarf size also.  Various color choices and now some red ones. 
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This caught my eye this morning. What a beautiful scene by Kristina Mikkelson Casanova,  Amazing work
 
Digi art        FISHING IN THE MOONLIGHT     for LB and Gail
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+Susan Gabriel I think her mind works around the clock. She can put these together so quickly. Thank you Susan 
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Sharing this fantastic work of art by Angela Sekerak via Zdenek Tomanek.  Love the warm palette and emotions captured. 
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+Patricia Bridges It to me is a deep thoughtful work. Thanks and yes it will increase here all week long.  It is July weather. Do not like. 
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A gardeners nightmare. These are Japanese Beetles. They show no discrimination on what plants they eat. They devour everything they can land on including marigolds. These are on my beautiful Japanese Maple tree.  The eat all scrubs-- even hit weeds.  You cannot control them. They especially love roses and canna lilies. They will gut a rose bush in a short time. They started in this area about about 25 years ago. I have literally millions that invade my place in June and do not leave until frost. I have asked advice and there are no answers. The larvae is dropped in the soil and they re-hatch. Not any granules one spreads will kill this larvae. Diazinon was the only thing and it was banned many years ago. I am for preserving nature as well as the next person but this is nauseating when one works so hard only to have your garden destroyed by these gluttonous disgusting  insects.    
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+Jillymyster J The only two things that work is the Sevin spray or dust.  The other brands will not do it..  The only way I have found to kill the lavae is using the milk spore bacteria treatment and that might take several years. It is expensive and I have a very large yard. I just took a photo of my beautiful huge crept myrtle tree and they devour the blossoms on that tree is a week. It is too huge to be sprayed.  They just eat and eat. 
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+Luby Sanders Thanks  Luby. Had to take a rain check on most of it. 
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Work
Occupation
Stay extremely busy with keeping it all together. Whatever needs to be done.
Skills
I do just about everything but sing and electrical work. Taught that one can do it if one makes up their mind.
Employment
  • Retired
  • Self Employed
    Owner
    Owned and operated an interior decorating center for about 40 years. We designed window treatments color coordination of interior, My own line of samples to work from, work all done in sewing room . We did everything from working from the samples to installing the complete work. Upholstery work plus at time refinishing wood etc. Now retired but still do for Church and special friends, family. I have also designed and did complete wedding ensembles along with decorating that goes with it all.
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Currently
Fayetteville, TN
Previously
New Mex, Texas, Okla, Ill, Mich, Al. Karlsruhe & Mainz Germany, Late husband military so we traveled
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Alway motivatied, loved challenge
Introduction
Owned and operated an Interior Dec Center for over 30 years.  Work orientated.  Gardening best love now.  Do Art in all most mediums.  Professional seamstress, and do your selfer.  Widow for over 20 years.  Followed a 20 year military career then space program work.  Have 4 children,  raised three of sisters after her death and a set of fraternal twins after daughters death.  Always busy.  Clogged for 12 years.  love music and dancing and work in general.  'Take care of Home and Large yard and I am 82 years of age.  Up at five, 2 cups of coffee and I am ready to go.  Try to help people in any way I can.  Do not turn my back on anyone.
Bragging rights
survived hi school, come college, special intern work with decorating and art. Born knowing how to sew and related fields. Have 10 grandchildren, 16 g grandchildren and I gg grandaughter. 5 generations already. Time flies.
Education
  • What needs to be done
    present
    Business art, music, internship with Interior design.
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Female
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Maiden name was Gardner
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THE ORIGINAL PAINTOGRAPHY IS CREATING WORKS OF ART FROM YOUR PHOTOS USING ANY SOFTWARE

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Down in tha Holler...: It is what it is...
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I look into the mirror every day and I'm really not liking much of what I am seeing. Wrinkles, a double chin coming along quite well...I