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September 05, 2007

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nova

I am glad your dad is on the mend Kristy. Also, I love all theis yellowness. It makes me want to go knit something yellow. And eat cheese, but that is just me.

Christine

I'm so glad to hear that your dad is on the mend! That field is such a beautiful distraction.

Sara

so pretty! how can you look at those pics and not be happy? great news about your dad, too!

kim

What a nice, cheery post! Great news about your dad. We all need to remember to stop and smell the flowers sometimes...

ami

Glad to hear about your dad- what a great field of flowers.

Jessica

Great pics! Glad to hear your Dad is on the mend. Big hugs!

Beth S.

I love monarchs. Lucky you, to have stumbled across so many at once! :-)

And I'm glad to hear that your dad is on the mend.

tiennie

Yay for your dad! And yay for you for taking the time to enjoy the beautiful field!

Brenda

Great news and great photos! I'm behind on Ravelry too. Looking forward to seeing sweater and socks!

stacey

Glad to hear your dad is doing better - what a relief - helps you enjoy those beautiful flowers even more!

stacey

yay! we love good news! that field is amazing! one of those "stop and smell the roses" kind of things....

alotta.knittin

I'm glad to hear your father is on the road to recovery. Huge sigh of relief!!

Ariel

Wonderful news! And your post was such a great reminder to stop and let beauty into our lives. Thanks!

Jean

Lovely pictures. I'm so glad to hear things are looking better for your dad!

Kim

Glad you stopped too. I think those yellow flowers may be some sort of coreopsis or maybe a type of cosmos. Whatever, they are lovely!

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