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May 06, 2009

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Sonia

Oooh Margie, thanks so much for keeping us updated about the installation. I was thinking about it a couple of days ago. I'm not much surprised that nature accepted your art & started to grow on/through/around it. It is just wonderful ! And I can't wait for new photos, as I think, like you just said, that things will probably change fast in the next few weeks.
I agree, Patricia's post about ferns was totally brilliant & so well written, she's a real master in the art of writing ! :)
Have a great Thursday, my dear. Much love xoxo

joanie

I love that the trout lily has made your crocheted piece home! It's amazing how quickly life returns after winter and how warmth speeds up the growth, your installation is a lovely example. The slug picture made me chuckle, looks as though they're posing they're so perfectly aligned. I'm off to read the fern post :)

michele (maryland)

Margie, thanks so much for the red trillium---I do miss them so! Enjoy your Ontario forest spring beauty..

Patricia

Aw, shucks, Margie (and Sonia!!). Your appreciation means a lot to me since you were the person who opened my eyes to all of the things I wasn't appreciating deeply enough in the natural world around me. You walk alongside me in spirit every day.

Thank you for the update on your art installation. I love how all of the plants are enveloping your pieces so tenderly. Nature truly constructs no boundaries.

Lisa :: the red thread

Thanks for the update. I love your installation!

Q and Q

What a wonderful idea--it will be so fascinating to see how this changes as the season matures. Thank you for more astonishing photos.

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