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  • Julia Winter
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TADA! Welcome to our new Gardeners, Nicole and Thyri!  RSS feed

 
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We're proud to welcome Nicole Alderman and Thyri Gullinvargr as our new Gardeners. They've been wonderful, excited, and working hard. Everybody give them a big hand. Thank you, ladies.

Thyri and Nicole, would you please reply here so we know you seen this? Thanks.

Congratulations!

Edit: P.S. Just seen your names with 'Gardener' underneath. Looks totally cool!

Edit: fixed wonky spelling (blush)
 
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Hi everybody. I'm glad to be able to help out where I can.
 
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I'm super excited that I get to help out more aaaaand that I get to give out three apples a day!!!


And you get an apple and you get an apple and you get an apple!
 
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Welcome to the chaos.

Have an apple.
 
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Ahahahaha! That made me laugh so hard. Some times I do kind of worry about what I've just bitten into!
 
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r ranson wrote:

Welcome to the chaos.

Have an apple.


Oh thank you.

 
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Some times I do kind of worry about what I've just bitten into!



Just remember to pace yourselves and make sure you're enjoying the 'job'....there's a wonderful, helpful bunch behind the scenes...

Congratulations to you both...you'll be great!
 
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Congratulations!
 
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Congrats!!
 
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Welcome to the madness, it's a wonderful place.
 
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What's the commotion?!
Ah, a promotion!☺

Bells are ringing. Birds a' singing.
What great news you are bringing!

This joyous day has come at last.
For your fine work in days past.

Striving hard to give your best,
With flying colors passed the test.

Supplying knowledge to those who ask,
You've proven worthy of this task.

A great addition to this team,
We hold you (both) in high esteem.

Congratulations!

 
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Congrats!
 
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