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    Monday, July 26, 2010

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    Sally

    Wow! How beautiful - I want to order some now! Does she sell them on her blog? I will check it out! Love the bee balm, especially.

    paula

    Thank you for the photos and kind words! I stopped by your farmhouse today, with some rosemary to go with the parsley. I was sad to miss you, but it was worth the trip just to see Charlie with his summer cut.
    Best...
    PS: I will send some envelopes to Sally...

    Sally

    How kind of you, Paula! Let me know when they're ready and I'll have you over for dinner and a swim. If you're not selling these, you should be - they're SO beautiful. Have you ever thought of illustrating books?

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