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Wednesday, July 08, 2009


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I think it is a plus that you are still talking to each other. Collaboration does not always come easy :-)

Lisa at Greenbow

I for one can't wait to hear more. I like the he said she said sagas. With both of you being artists no wonder your garden is grand.


Dear Easy and Lisa — it's true, collaboration doesn't come easy. Being artists helps with the artistry but as eldest children in our families, we still each want to be in charge!

Mr. McGregor's Daughter

I'm looking forward to more on this discussion. Too bad you didn't take a photo. I love seeing tacky lawn art - in other people's yards. (I'm all about a good belly laugh.) Garden making is an art form, and I have often contemplated the concept of sculpting in 5 dimensions. (And then my mind wanders off into the music of the 60s & 70s.) As my own gardening making is more of the spontaneous type, I can benefit from learning how those who plan things do it.


We do have some tacky lawn art photos but we're always trying to figure out if it's more helpful to show the good or the bad!

Pam/Digging (Austin)

You have a fun rapport in your "he said, she said" posts. I look forward to seeing where your new direction leads.

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