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Cut flowers on a winter's day

 
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Dh gave me a bouquet for Christmas. It's a great gift for brightening up the soul on a snowy winter day. While it's rare that we spend money on cut flowers, Christmas is a time for special things.
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beautiful....

As soon as I read the title I knew you posted a picture Gwen and I just had to come see!

It's so nice to do something special now and then, keeps life fun don't you think?

Tell your DH he done good 
 
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I will, Jami, and thanks! I"m a cheap date too. Just get me mums and carnations and I'm a happy girl. They last long. Super cut flower varieties.
 
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