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Lost
This weekend, I lost my little sister way too early in life. I'm am heartbroken. Please send some good thoughts out to my mom and her boyfriend. They were so happy together... Joyce "Joy" Marie Such a beautiful woman. I miss you so much!
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Hailstorm Damage

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First Water Lily 2015 and Other Color

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The Babadook
Such a good creepy movie!
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Horn Fountain!
This is the early test of our new horn fountain. Two years ago I found a trumpet and an french horn that I intended to make into a fountain that spilled over a basin covered with rocks. It will be some time until that is completed, so I decided to incorpora...
This is the early test of our new horn fountain. Two years ago I found a trumpet and an french horn that I intended to make into a fountain that spilled over a basin covered with rocks. It will be some time until that is comp...
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Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve
Located near my in-law's home is the Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve Park. It was built withing the past few years. My husband doesn't remember playing there as a kid, probably because it was an abandoned quarry with stagnant pools, mosquitoes, and thorny brambl...
Located near my in-law's home is the Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve Park. It was built withing the past few years. My husband doesn't remember playing there as a kid, probably because it was an abandoned quarry with stagnant pool...
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Macro
 I got out my Tamron 90mm macro lens today which is really fun to work with. I forget to take it out because a tripod is a must for this sort of photography. I also have to use my remote shutter trigger, so it is a bit more work than stepping out the door w...
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Finished Concrete Block Planter
 This is a great example about camera lens quality. The photos above were taken with my wide angle lens. It's a third party lens and does the job for large subjects, but the focus isn't the best.  The photos below were taken with my Nikon 50mm fixed focal l...
 This is a great example about camera lens quality. The photos above were taken with my wide angle lens. It's a third party lens and does the job for large subjects, but the focus isn't the best.  The photos below were taken ...
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New Blooms

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Rose Trauma
Althought these are lovely examples of my new Popcorn Drift roses, they were oddly and very cleanly decapitated. What the?....
Althought these are lovely examples of my new Popcorn Drift roses, they were oddly and very cleanly decapitated. What the?....
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Not Exactly What I was Expecting
This is what sprung up in my garden. This is what I thought we'd have.
This is what sprung up in my garden. This is what I thought we'd have.
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I've adopted 2 dogs from IHS. The first dog didn't work which broke my heart, but the lady at intake was so sweet while I turned him over in tears sobbing. Our second dog adopted we've had for about a year and 1/2. She isn't without her problems (like all dogs/ children/ family members) but she is a huge part of our family. She was really sick when they picked her up off the streets, so some of her health care had to be done after we took her home. They were awesome and even amputated an infected tail at no cost to us (previously existing problem we hoped would heal). The wait at the clinic can be quite long and that is why I have a separate vet for general visits. But for people needing low cost care, a wait is to be expected. I see a lot of complaints about IHS here are based on costs and have to say that If you are going to own a dog, you better expect to spend a decent amount of money for them. If you can't afford a pet or child, then don't get/have one. It is irresponsible to take on a dependent that you can't provide for.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I dropped my boxer-american bulldog mix that we've had for a week that came from the Humane Society. I was nervous about leaving her with strangers, but quickly was impressed with their confidence in her. She's not ready to just hang out with the dogs and they have a plan for introducing her so she's not too nervous. I love that I wasn't walking my dog into a room full of strange dogs. The control factor really impressed me.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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I always order sweet and sour the fist time I try a Chinese place. Their Sweet and sour sauce tasted like it comes in an industrial sized bucket with plenty of corn syrup. It had a very strange aftertaste. The actual entree included battered deep fried fatty pork nuggets and generic fried rice. Not a vegetable was to be seen. The egg roll was pretty generic as well. The people there were very nice.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: Poor - FairService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago