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post #31 of 88 Old 03-12-2010, 10:16 PM
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LMAO Kym!!!

I donno I think if I could have CO summer's here with where i'm at/ what's around me I think i'd have died and gone to heaven that would be my perfect mixture. Last year was obviously our 1st summer here and it got quite humid at time (quite humid being 50-60%).

I'll never forget the day thou I had to fly into FL from CO in the summer, got of the plane & outside and I thought someone hit me in the face with a humidity bet I was fixing to drop dead on the spot - I have no idea how people handle this; so maybe I shouldn't complain too much about TN lol

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post #32 of 88 Old 03-13-2010, 02:27 AM
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As of today my azaelas are in full blooom. Yes, spring is here!
Not the best pics, as it's with my camera phone, but wanted to share them anyway. I love flowers. :)

Nobody better not laugh, but I too enjoy flowers. Got some orchids and gardenia's growing in Boileroom at work. Women in offices get them for various occasions birthdays,anniversary,etc and when they begin to faulter,(plant's ,not the women) They send them to me to revive.
Removed some Calla Lilly bulbs from large pot in october, and placed them in a paper bag on a shelf in the boileroom and was going to place some flowering pepper seeds with them for planting later, when I discovered that the Calla Lilly bulbs are sprouting in the bag.
Girlfriend and I hope to be able to get out and plant when weather finally turns but it is still quite cool here in Midwest.
Haven't seen any evidence of plant's outdoors sprouting yet but weather is warming daily.

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Nobody better not laugh, but I too enjoy flowers. Got some orchids and gardenia's growing in Boileroom at work. Women in offices get them for various occasions birthdays,anniversary,etc and when they begin to faulter,(plant's ,not the women) They send them to me to revive.
Removed some Calla Lilly bulbs from large pot in october, and placed them in a paper bag on a shelf in the boileroom and was going to place some flowering pepper seeds with them for planting later, when I discovered that the Calla Lilly bulbs are sprouting in the bag.
Girlfriend and I hope to be able to get out and plant when weather finally turns but it is still quite cool here in Midwest.
Haven't seen any evidence of plant's outdoors sprouting yet but weather is warming daily.
LOL ok well i couldn't help it. you said nobody better not laugh. so i didn't not laugh by laughing.

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LOL ok well i couldn't help it. you said nobody better not laugh. so i didn't not laugh by laughing.

Oh.It's on now!

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Nobody better not laugh, but I too enjoy flowers. Got some orchids and gardenia's growing in Boileroom at work. Women in offices get them for various occasions birthdays,anniversary,etc and when they begin to faulter,(plant's ,not the women) They send them to me to revive.
Removed some Calla Lilly bulbs from large pot in october, and placed them in a paper bag on a shelf in the boileroom and was going to place some flowering pepper seeds with them for planting later, when I discovered that the Calla Lilly bulbs are sprouting in the bag.
Girlfriend and I hope to be able to get out and plant when weather finally turns but it is still quite cool here in Midwest.
Haven't seen any evidence of plant's outdoors sprouting yet but weather is warming daily.
No inclination to laugh here, only to smile. A manly man who loves flowers? If you tell me that you also cook I'll be over the moon!

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post #36 of 88 Old 03-13-2010, 12:53 PM
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I cook Kym. I can't say that I am "in to" flowers all that much but I do cook. I've owned my own Kitchen-Aid fire engine red mixer w/ accessories for years lol. There ya go 1077. I'm a dude and have my own super duty mixer.

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I cook Kym. I can't say that I am "in to" flowers all that much but I do cook. I've owned my own Kitchen-Aid fire engine red mixer w/ accessories for years lol. There ya go 1077. I'm a dude and have my own super duty mixer.
Whoa...you have your own Kitchen-Aid? And cook? Humm...since I can't eat flowers I'm going to have to give you the advantage. Now if 1077 comes back and says he also cooks, in addition to his flower prowess....

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post #38 of 88 Old 03-13-2010, 02:37 PM
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Lol. I'm not competing. Just an informational post...
Any man that admits publicly enjoying flowers can have top spot. I don't even wanna go there.

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post #39 of 88 Old 03-13-2010, 02:49 PM
My brother isn't into flowers but he is a wonderful cook! He makes his own pizza, lasagna and Mexican food. And he makes wonderful pies. He gets all his recipes from the food network.
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post #40 of 88 Old 03-13-2010, 03:14 PM
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I'll never forget the day thou I had to fly into FL from CO in the summer, got of the plane & outside and I thought someone hi me in the face with a humidity bet I was fixing to drop dead on the spot - I have no idea how people handle this; so maybe I shouldn't complain too much about TN lol
I know what you mean. The first time I went to GA/FL, we crossed into the GA border and I like couldn't breathe. It messed with my asthma while I was down there. Made me glad to be back home in my 70F weather. :)

60-70 is perfect for me. I hate the heat.
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