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Saturday, April 19, 2014

How do you feel about counting



Counting Rabbits


How many rabbits can you find?




If you are the first to get it right I will send you a little cotton bag filled with my finest selection of Hollyhock seeds. 

Happy Easter dear Friends. 

Hope all is well with you. 

Gina 



14 comments:

  1. 15 perhaps? Anyway, wish you the loveliest Easter dear Gina!

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    1. Dear Olympia, You had it almost right but not quite. There were a few more bunnies hiding in the bushes. Wishing you a beautiful Easter. ox, Gina

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  2. I spy 16 lapins, Gina! I would love to have your gorgeous hollyhocks growing in my small garden bed near my entrance stairs! I'm crossing my fingers now. Fröhe Ostern, Gina! (I'm hoping I remembered the correct spelling!)

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    1. Dear Mary, Not quite right but thank you for playing along. Frohe Ostern to you and your family. You remembered how to spell it correctly. ox, Gina

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  3. Dear Gina,
    in your colorful collage I spy 17 rabbits happily hopping about. Your beautifully painted Easter eggs are so fine. Love all of them but especially those with the bees.
    Happy gardening and lots of sunshine, Sieglinde

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    1. Dear Sieglinde, You are correct. YOU ARE THE WINNER.. Bees and rabbits are always a favorite. Thank you for playing my little Easter game. Let me know if you would prefer receiving Aster seeds from Lake Maggiore, Italy instead of the Hollyhock seeds.
      Have a wonderful Oster Sonntag. ox, Gina

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  4. Dear Gina,

    I am enjoying your always-beautifully decorated Easter eggs! Now I'm trying to decide whether that magenta egg is inspired by Napoleonic bees or Brigham Young bees. I'm guessing your big project must be nearing completion, and I hope there will be a final show-and-tell!

    Happy Easter to you and Gene,
    Mark

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    1. Dear Mark, I sent off another large, and for now last shipment to Florida. I am waiting for the Architect to decide on the size of the 3rd and last staircase. In the meantime I can enjoy a little breather, just in time to start paiantingy for the Heritage Day celebration and then I have to make sure that all of my garden gets planted so we won't starve next winter. Want to come and help?

      Your project is looking fantastic. What a sensational design you have come up with. You can never sell your house, but you could move a wall one at a time. .

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  5. There are enough rabbits to hide the eggs of a whole village! Love how you put all these beautiful pieces together! ;-)

    Happy Easter to you and yours,
    Merisi

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    1. Dear Merisi, I wish you and your family ein frohes Osterfest. It has been wonderful watching Spring come to Vienna with your beautiful photographs. ox, Gina

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  6. A great collection of rabbit tiles.
    I counted 20.
    Wishing you a very Happy Easter Sunday Gina.
    Your tiles are looking beautiful.
    val xx

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    1. Dear Val, I wish you and your family a Happy Easter Sunday. Your roses must be spectacular by now. ox, Gina

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  7. Sending Easter blessings to you and your family………..beautiful collage and congrats. to Sieglinde for winning the guessing/counting game.
    I planted some of my hollyhock seeds this past week - then the temps. dropped to freezing for three nights, think they will be OK though. Will now plant the remainder as it's warmed up again - hoping so much they will grow!

    Happy Easter Day………..
    Hugs - Mary

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  8. Dear Mary, Many Easter blessings to you and your family.
    You needn't worry about your hollyhock seeds and/or seedlings. They are very tough. Just remember that the seeds need light to germinate. Just press them into loosened soil. So glad you're giving them atry.

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