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I know I sound crazy in saying, this but I want chickens:) This woman in Kansas is rasing and breeding chickens with Oilve colored eggs (the ones on the bottom right) as well as brown and blue.

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Every morning was a cheerful invitation to make my life of equal simplicity, and I may say innocence, with nature herself. ~Henry David Thoreau

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This looks closer to a poppy than a peony. Papaver 'Black Peony'...got this one, can't wait to see it in flower...

I love these kinds of gardens too, its not as clean cut as some other sorts of gardens, but these ones have such a home-like feel to it

WINTER - Snowdrop by Ettruck Sonntag early blooming flower with snow - probably won't get it this year unless it snows in the next couple of weeks.