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I'm watching it too, but it's the ads so come to the kitchen for a Snickers ice cream. (laptop lives in kitchen)
Thought you were moving swiftly on and you're talking about bottoms again.
We thought it was a fascinating subject!!!
Here you are Flower bird. (That's if I've done it properly)
Perhaps he's white all over!
I planted a big pot last year with Rudbeckia Tiger Eye Gold and and a purple Scaevola Saphira last summer. It was a mass of flower, but we didn't have the rain that England had. I had 2 pots with Euphorbia Diamond Frost with Surfinias. The Euphorbia didn't need deadheading, mass of foamy white. I like diascia trailing down pots. But I do plant petunias as they grow so well here (Dordogne), but I'm not very good at dead heading - big garden too much to do. I have 2 pots in semi-shade which I normally plant with Begonia Dragon Wing and blue Lobelias but last year I used Begonia Summerwings instead and it hardly grew and the stalks fell off. Perhaps something ate it. I get plug plants from a French company called Jardin Express. http://www.jardinexpress.fr/
I always think they look dreadfully uncomfortable and not very pretty.
So sorry about your auntie Pam.
Chocolate cake will have to wait, OH doesn't feel like it. He ate too much cake at the choir AGM. I sometimes wonder about choir, nearly all women.
A thong in France is a G string in England.