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Wednesday, November 24, 2021

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Elizabeth

Lovely! I appreciate the allure and beauty of what your eye and hands create, though our tastes couldn't be further apart. It is a pleasure to partake of your world. Thank you for sharing it. Happy Thanksgiving!

Kristin

Beautiful! Happy Thanksgiving to you and Mark!

Barbara H.

You always find great combinations, Linda. Happy Thanksgiving to you both.

Linda Brazill

ELIZABETH — Thanks for those kind words. I would love to have two or three houses like millionaires have, so I could decorate them all differently!

Happy Thanksgiving.

Kris P

An artistic reflection of the season, Linda. Best wishes for a happy Thanksgiving!

danger garden

That stick (branch? twig?) is a good one, such a great supporting element for all that you place around it.

Our Thanksgiving was lowkey but tasty. There was even sunshine for an after-meal walk. Hope you both had a wonderful day.

hb

Enchanting choice of materials, textures, colors, and shapes. Evokes late Autumn perfectly.

Well done!

Beth@PlantPostings

Very graceful, and perfect for the season. I hope you had a very happy Thanksgiving!

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