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Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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Lavender Dreams

I love your beautiful photos this morning! Would you please send me an email when you get a chance, one that I can respond to. I looked for your email address on your blog but didn't find one and I would like to write to you!

I hope you're having a wonderful day! Hugs, Diane

lavenderdreamstoo at gmail dot com

Bluebirds and Butterflies

Hi,
My email is not easy to spot, probably. I still am working on my blog design---hopefully, it will get better as I go along. If you go to the right side and scroll down, you will see a daffodil box that say's "I am A Daffodil"--right above that is a small "email me" place. Thank you so much for your nice comments. So glad you enjoyed the photos today! My blog email address is: bluebirdsandbutterflies@gmail.com

Thank you for asking and I would love to hear from you! Have a "bluebird day" today! xoxo Kim

Sandy

Hello Kim,

Thank you for the beautiful tour through River Oaks! The homes are gorgeous and I absolutely love the tall oaks. Some of the homes do look like the old south. Like you, I love taking drives through gorgeous neighborhoods and taking home and garden tours. Just wanted to stop by before I head off to work this morning to say hello. It's been a hectic week. I'll try to email you later. Also, loved the tour of Galveston always wanted to go there!

Hugs, Sandy

Bluebirds and Butterflies

Hi Sandy,
I am so glad you liked the River Oaks home tour. It is so much fun to drive through the beautiful neighborhoods and see homes that have great curb appeal. There are a few of the older neighborhoods in Houston where the large oaks reach over the streets on both sides. So pretty! I enjoyed visiting your blog and seeing your pretty bathroom redo! I hope you have a wonderful day today! xoxo Kim

Markus

Nice pictures. A Google search for "fig ivy" brought me here.

The picture of two flags is not of a Texas flag on the left. It appears to be a Signal 7 Dive flag. The resident is a diving enthusiast.

Bluebirds and Butterflies

You are correct. That does look like a diving flag. In my comment I was meaning that many post the American Flag and also the Texas Flag. Thanks for noticing and pointing that out to folks who might wonder what the flag on the left was. Good observation and thank you for visiting Bluebirds and Buterflies.

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