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July 27, 2010

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Angela

I'm all for Maggie catching lizards, they scare me to death!! This is the sweetest post! I used to LOVE tuna until I ODed on it when I was pregnant with my second and haven't had it since! lol That is such a darling pic of you!! Sooooo cute!!

Julie Harward

Your pictures of the flowers are so clear and detailed...just beautiful! The tuna...I'll pass..ate enough of that while raising the family that I am sick of it! Love the dogs...just precious Thanks for your visit :D

Mary Lou

I've had tuna twice lately but I'll come smell your flowers and catch the lizard for Maggie.

Mrs.B@salaknlemonlade.blogspot.com/

I love tuna...and flowers...and those cute doggies of yours! :)

Maria

now tuna fish sounds so, yummy - i've been craving tuna and heavy on the onions, please -yum - but, i'll have to wait and bring the chips next time - i do love the the garden - and your cuties - i've put my bills in the drawer - thanks kim - your so generous and very beautiful - great photos - love it all -

love ya, maria - cottage feel -
xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox

Patti VZ

Lunch sounds fabulous - right along with your pictures!

Trish Rowley

Hi Kim, love the pic of the flutterbye, your flowers are beautiful I can smell them from here. Maggie and Marley are so funny and Tuna sounds great have a wonderful day Trish xox ;) Love Ya Back!!

marianne

Love tuna fish sandwiches and chips! Yum. The pictures of the flowers are beautiful. Thank you for letting us stop by and enjoy. Your furbabies are sooooo cute. Good luck catching the lizard Maggie. Have Fun!
(((Hugs)))

Valerie Kay

I'll have the flowers, please. Thanks for sharing your beautiful pictures!

Karen Dennis

Hi Kim, My name is Karen. I don't have a blog but read lyours faithfully. I have taken many tips from your decorating style and really enjoy seeing Maggie and Marley, they make me smile. My husband was sitting in his recliner behind me one day while I was reading your blog and when I was through he said, hey what happened, I like that music. Keep up the good work and I'll keep visiting. XO Karen

Judy

Beautiful flowers....love that little red rose. Of course we always love the doggie photos. Have a good day!

La

Your post smells wonderfully...the flowers, not the tuna sandwich. Pictures of Miss Maggie and darling Marley always make me smile. Give them a brisk rub behind the ears for me.

Have a terrific Tuesday, Kim! La

sue silva

I love it! Your puppies are the sweetest little things!

S

Lavender Dreams

Look how pretty YOU look! Beautiful flowers and cute pics! I always enjoy my time here! ♥ Have a wonderful day! ♥

Alice

Good morning Kim: I go into another world everytime I visit with you. My day can be going down the wrong road and, I tell myself, "it's time to visit Kim". :-) I know you will always have something positive to say and look at. I love your pix and your furry friends so much. Have a wonder-filled day my friend. Until next time: God bless you and yours.

Alice from Arkansas

Natalie

I'd love a Tuna Salad Sandwich...how do you prepare yours? Tastes like summer. I used to make them for my girls when they came home from Swim Team practice. So yummy!

Have a terrific Tuesday. ~Natalie

Janet (Shabbyfufu)

Hi sweetie......wilting away down here and staying inside, and tuna for lunch sounds yummy! xoxo

Dena

Morning Sweet Kim,

You are so adorable, I love that picture of you.

Hugs,
Dena

Joni

Hi Kim! I like my tuna heavy on the pickles, and with real mayo...be right there, and do you like Lay's potato chips? I'll bring my own coke if you have the ice! And I have a couple mini doggie treats in my pocket, too. See ya in a few!
XOXO
Joni

rebekka

Wow...your yellow house may seriously be my dream house!

Julie

I haven't had a tuna sandwich in awhile I just might have to make me one today!

Very pretty flowers I so enjoyed looking at them and I hope you have a wonderful day!

Barbara Anne

What beautiful flowers and wonderful furry four footed kids!

I like tuna with a chopped hard boiled egg, chopped apple, sweet pickle relish, salt and pepper. I highly recommend this combination if you're feeling like stepping out from your usual recipe.

Stay cool - sip iced tea!

Hugs!

LeAnn

You no doubt have one of the prettiest gardens in blogland. I love seeing Maggie and Marley of course. We are now a two doggie family here with the addition of Miss Lucy Lu.

xo
LeAnn

Shannon Olson

Great flowers, really love the pup shots! Our doggie likes to try to chase rabbits, she is getting pretty old so it is kind of tough!

Stacey

Kim this is such a sweet post. Just a beautiful normal day. I always really enjoy the pictures of Marley. He's such a gentlemanly dog.

Treva Ann

I love your posts for the beautiful photogs and witty text but mostly for the smile and relaxed feeling it provides. Keep up the good work. Happy day!

Vee

Oh I would've enjoyed looking at the tuna sandwich, especially if you took the picture. Always a cheery visit here...

Cathy

Thanks for the flowers! Tuesdays are definitely for flowers...although tuna is good too...hhhmmmmm;)!

Enjoy!
Cathy

Patty

I'll take the tuna sandwich on toast please with a piece of cheese too. I'll bring our local made Troyer Farm chips, yummy. How does barbecue flavor sound? Always love your puppies. I have cats and as far as hunting goes, they wouldn't know what to do if a mouse sat in front of them. But we always love the furry ones, don't we! Love visiting you, Kim. You brighten up my day.
Patty from Erie, PA

Susan Freeman

Hi Kim! That's the tiniest baby lizard! I am so happy that Miss Maggie did not catch him. Marley looks so cute. I hope the 3 of you have a very happy day in your charming garden with it's beautiful flowers! Until tomorrow ... I am off to make a tuna sandwich for my lunch today!!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

cityfarmer

I've got the best-est wheat bread from Trader Joe's and sweet potato chips....yum

I'd love you to see the makeover I just finished ... peek in

Lynn Paterson

Lunch in the garden sounds like fun......especially with your babies!

Jackie

Tuna sounds great, although I'm opting for Chicken tenders and fries...splurging today!
Thank you for the beautiful rose!
You & your furry babies ROCK!
Hugs to you all!
Jackie

Kimberly

What beautiful flowers, and I do so enjoy seeing pictures of Maggie and Marley. They are such beautiful dogs! And you are even more beautiful.Thank you. Have a wonderful day and blessings.

Christinedrevo@rocketmail.com

Great pictures, Kim. Marley and Maggie are such beautiful little fur babies. I really enjoy seeing there pictures!

sweet cottage dreams

well, tuna fish sounds wonderful and lunch time is soon approaching. i like my tuna sandwiches with lays potato chips tucked inside. nice and crunchy and a bit salty, too.

lovely flowers! your garden is amazing, miss kim!

hugs to marley and maggie.
maggie, it is ok just to marvel at the lizard and not eat it. he eats those nasty bugs in your momma's garden.

xoxo
becky, duhgall and fiona

Hattie

Your post today brought back sweet memories, Kim. A dear friend, now deceased....she and I used to love to have tuna sandwiches on good fresh bread and Pringles chips. Would have it with hot tea in winter. Ice cold Coca-Cola in summer. Ahh, good. I enjoyed seeing your flowers and Maggie, and Marley. Glad that little lizard escaped.

Donna at Mourning Dove Cottage

Kim, you are the sweetest! You make me smile. Love the photos of Maggie and Marley, and your flowers are beautiful too.

Enjoy your day!
Hugs,
Donna

Cindy

Hi Kim! You, your flowers, Marley and Maggie are just beautiful! Thought about you last night, while I was sitting on our covered back porch listening to the country sounds, lighting bugs flying around, and my three bunny rabbit friends that come visiting each evening. They munch on bird feed under my red bird feeder each evening. I thought Kim would write this up so well. Your so good putting things into words like a picture and taking pictures too. Until next time. Bless you and yours! Cindy - Okla

Donna

Dear Kim your garden and dear sweet pups made me smile more than a tuna sandwich would have! Just one question...
What kind of chips do you want me to bring?
Peace,
Donna

Lallee

I loved seeing your pretty blooms and cute fur babies today. I was thinking of you earlier while I was shopping in Publix. I brought home the most beautiful bright yellow daisies to take over to a friend. Wish I could share them with you too!
XO,
Lallee

Kathy Charniak

I would love a tuna sandwich with dill pickles. I will gladly bring Jay's bbq potatoe chips (Chgo thing) and maybe Annie can play with Maggie and Marley. Would love a long island ice tea, how about you. Kathy C in ILLinois (where it is very HOT)

Kathy Martin

Thanks for the flower photos! I don't currently have a pile of laundry laying around so I'm happy about that and don't care to see any! ;)

Nancy M

Yes! I love tuna salad on my favorite bread, a pickle and a few Frito chips. So you do take time to enjoy your beautiful flowers and your loving puppies. Every photo was wonderful especially the last one!
XO Nancy M. XO

sarita

i'll bring the iced tea..with lemon slices floating in it.

Eugenia

Make it tuna on squaw bread with a little red onion and you have a deal. I pay all my bills online, so the bills come in I pend them online and file them before you can say "Let's go outside and see the beautiful flowers."

Heidi - Heart and Home

Very nice, Kim!
I'm the only one around here who likes tuna sandwiches - how did that happen? Although we all eat sushi. It makes no sense to me.
The flowers are beautiful, and your pooches look very content!
XO
Heidi

Lori

Kim...I want to know who that glamourous woman is behind those Foster Grants!!

animal print gal

Beautiful flowers-how it can be any better than that?

Renee

Your flowers seem to be surviving the heat. Very pretty.

Cute doggies as always. That is so cute of Maggie watching the lizard.

I like tuna and I like flowers.

I've had a sick little grand here for 2 days, she requested soup today so she got homemade beef stew. Kinda hot for that kind of food but its what she wanted.

But now I think she's given me her bug.

pogonip @ meadowsweet cottage

I live for your Marley photos, Kim. He's a heart-throb!

Rhonda

Enjoyed your pictures, Kim! And I like tuna salad sandwiches, especially good in the summertime. :)

Mo

Love all your gorgeous pics!!!! That pic of Maggie watching the baby lizard is too cute!!! Thank you for taking the time to comment on some of my posts! I'm sure you have tons of people wanting you to visit their blog and wanted to thank you for visiting mine!

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