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24 January 2006


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As always Corey ... beautiful pics; beautiful thoughts.

I'm really enjoying your blog!
Beautiful photos and great writing!

I so much look forward to this site Corey. Beautiful photos!

love the flowers darling

Tongue in Cheek responds:

Orama you are divine!

So true Corey ~ you have such a beautiful and wise view of "life", in all its splendor...
Thank you for your words of comfort, they mean so much. xox

what a beautiful act of redemption!

Did they really put those on gravesites? Amazing! I love them.

Yes, these are gravesite flowers of the 1920s -40s,Porcelaine flowers are used because they don't die this way...these are unusual in that they are single stemmed flowers and not a thick mass like the ones you see now.

Had to do a double take on the flowers. For a minute there I thought they were real! Very pretty.

The story of the flowers was lovely. Never would have imagined that they would use porcelain flowers at a gravesite, but it makes perfect sense.

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