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Saturday, September 20, 2014

As the Leaves Fall, Watch those Little Blue Beads

Belladonna of Herb's Daughters Paper Dolls, by Ellen Tsagaris
By now we've all heard about the little blue beads in toothpaste that leech to teeth and invade the water supply.  Buy carefully, and read the label.

The leaves are beginning to turn, and the holly is in its glory.  My birds, little sparrows, have flown the nest, and the next lies on my driveway.  I swept it to the side; I was going to put it in the bin for yard waste, but couldn't do it.  My fairy gardens have a new bridge and fairy, and a few monsters and pumpkins are finding their way into the garden display.

I was gifted two flamingoes dressed as the Scarecrow and The Tinman, and they preside over the ghosties and ghoulies of our Halloween Garden.

The nights grow longer and colder, and pumpkn spice is everywhere. 

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