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Wednesday, July 28, 2004

I woke to the sweet scent of something familiar but couldn't put my finger on it, so I went outside to investigate.

When I parked the previous evening, I hadn't payed much attention to what was surrounding me. Sure, it was a nice neighborhood, but being tired from the drive, I just parked the van and went immediately to bed.


The next morning I stepped out of the van and much to my surprise, was greeted by a most wonderful garden located just across the street. It was exceptionally huge, taking up at least 4 extra lots. Everything seemed to be in bloom and bursting at absolute peak. This was the nicest homeowner garden I had ever seen. These folks sure have at least a green thumb and I'd bet probably a few more digits are green as well judging by all the hard work they've put into their yard.

So I got to thinking, wouldn't it be nice to tell them about my photo shoot. So with pencil and paper in hand, I wrote a note and placed it on their porch with my card. I took care to not show their house number to respect their privacy. I hope I hear from them, I'd love to learn more about the history of their garden.

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