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Review with Nasturtium and Rudbeckia

rudbeckia and nasturtium
Rudbeckia in foreground and Orange Nasturtium in the back

Busy, crazy week – birthday boom bash for my daughter on Sunday, busy, busy, busy with work, then this morning my daughter wakes up with a fever and a virus! The nerve of her – I hope she gets better soon. She is missing the last two days of school.

Where the Fortress Looms: After discovering the fabled Ruin Rui in Ruins, Patrick finds mutated pins and dead racers everywhere. Bruce is the last rebel left. Or is he?

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Jew Wishes says

I'm sorry your adorable daughter is sick. I hope she gets well, soon.

The flower photo is beautiful, a bloom-in-progress.

Thank you for the link.

Shabbat Shalom!

Mrs. S. says

Refuah shlaimah to your daughter! She must be very disappointed about missing the last two days of school.

Shabbat Shalom!


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