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...if you would be happy all your life, plant a garden ~ Chinese proverb

Friday, 1 January 2016

GBMD: New Feet



Apparently Emily Dickinson was also a skilled botanist. I wonder what she would have made of my new wellies!

Happy New Year - may 2016 be a good one for you and yours.

16 comments:

  1. They're posh Margo ones! I've also new wellies but they're only a pair of cheap black Compo ones. Thanks, and to you too. Flighty xx

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    1. Sadly I can no longer use my Compo wellies Flighty ;-)

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  2. Happy new year to you and your snazzy wellies.

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    1. And to you Sue - I hope all the rain hasn't affected you too badly.

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  3. They're fabulous! Wishing you a Happy Year in your new wellies!

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    1. Thanks Pauline - here's to a great gardening year.

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  4. Hi vis wellies!
    Happy New Year VP.

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    1. They most certainly are :-) May 2016 be good to you Jessica.

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  5. I'm sure that they would have would have bought a smile to Emily's face and will to yours even on a rainy day. Happy New Year VP!

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    1. Here's to a great 2016 to you and Himself, Anna :-)

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    1. Thanks Mark - lovely to see you back in blogland :-)

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  7. They are certainly needed at the moment, Happy New Wellie Year.

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    1. May 2016 be a good gardening year for you, Brian :-)

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  8. Ha-ha... I bought new feet today too and little did I know we would have a snow covered garden tonight... spooky timing on my part. However, although mine are pretty yours are way snazzier! Wishing you you good health in 2016 and the fun befitting of such snazzy new feet ;-) xo

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    1. Thanks Shirley - here's to a wonderful 2016 to you too :)

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