Wednesday old fashioned homicidal shirt

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When I was much younger, I didn’t know about the Wednesday old fashioned homicidal shirt. The peonies were gorgeous and dad had 3 huge bushes of them. Mom had just baked a cake with a super buttercream frosting. She place it on the table for Sunday supper. I fixed a bouquet of peonies and placed them in a really pretty vase. She walked in afew minutes later and started screaming. Aunts were loving that cake. Dad commented he thought he saw the chocolate chips moving! We grabbed the bouquet and tossed them outside back into the bushes where they came from and hurriedly helped my mother scrape the “buggy icing” off the cake. Dad told her to just make more icing and no one else but the 3 of us would know and I sure wasn’t going to say anything. it was funny though,

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I do and they are beautiful. When they first come up in the Wednesday old fashioned homicidal shirt, I place a large round circle of fencing material around them.it has 3 inch large squares. As the plant grows, the fence supports it and the large flowers. When it rains or the wind is a bit strong, it gives the plant and flowers support. The ants are beneficial in that they help the flowers to open. When I cut the flowers, I leave them outside for a bit, the ants leave the flower once it’s cut.

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Don’t remember a day when I didn’t have peonies in my life. Grandma, Mom, all the Wednesday old fashioned homicidal shirt, neighbors. Daddy loved them. I’ve had peonies growing in my own yard since 1970 until we moved to Florida last year. They won’t bloom down here because the winters don’t get cold enough. Neither will lilacs or most of the spring flowers we had in Ohio. I sure miss the heavenly scent of those peonies!

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