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I didn't know, and it's a lovely idea! Have a great day, hugs, Valerie
News to me, dear Sandra. You are a fountain of information.
I did. It is nice to feel smart(ish) for a change.
I didn't know that!
No Sandra I didn't know that.Enjoy your day.Yvonne.
How lovely! I hadn't known that!
I didn't know that. I actually haven't even heard of these flowers.
Another thing that is new to me.
I liked that too:)Take special care.Hugs received and returned.
Why thank you, dear Elizabeth. How's the eye?
You are smartish! :)
I love the imaginations that came up with this lore:)Thanks for stopping by, Patsy.
I didn't know that, and I like folksglove and the meaning:)
Why thank you, Yvonne. You enjoy your day too.
Your Thursday factoid:)Thanks for stopping by, Deniz.
They're beautiful. They look like a stalk of colorful bells:)Thanks for stopping by, Rachna.
I didn't know that. Thanks for that. :-)Greetings from London.
frankie....18 centz anda sack oh friez sayz that burd did KNOT noe that....ya noe !!! :) heerz two a noize free... safe.... N happee week oh end :) ♥♥
Your factoid for the day:)
I do too, Denise. I'd love to have some in the garden, but it makes me nervous to have around the critters.
No, but I do now!
That is certainly one that no one will know.
That is so cool and someone could write a story on this....love fairies
That one actually sounds familiar -- like I knew it in the long ago and you're bringing it back to memory!
A fairy tale:)
My pleasure:) Thanks for stopping by.
Heh. You are probably right.Unfortunately, the noise has already begun.
And to you, Rue:)
Your Thursday factoid:)
Actually we had two winners on this one. Jeanie and EC.
I could use a few fairies right about now.(lol) Hugs, RO
That's news to me …Thanks for sharing this information.All the best Jan
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