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September 10, 2012


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Sonia / Cozy Memories

Thank you for taking us there with you, it is soooo green ! (I'm green with envy, pun intended) I loved your daliah photos on IG & I'm so happy to see them again here ! They were pretty exceptional !!
It's so good to have you back.


What a beautiful parade of dahlias! Violet Stone would be a good name for a character in a novel.

Connie | Daydream In Color

Beautiful photos. Always amazing to find more about the family tree!


Those dahlias are spectacular! I'm so happy you had a wonderful time with your girls :-) I miss you!

Vanessa (heyladygrey)

Oh I just love Halifax! It's been way too long since I last visited.
Beautiful flowers... I guess summer's not quite over yet!


Gorgeous dahlias! I planted many in pots this year, but next year, I want to plant the tall ones! They are so pretty...and I also love that name..Violet Stone...sounds so haunting and poetic! Can't wait to see more of your trip:)


Poor Violet. "A PUPIL AT THE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF", aged 17... I wished she would have been a "BELOVED DAUGHTER".


A beautiful spot, a beautiful name too.
I really love the variety of shapes and colours in dahlias. Our village hall will be brimming with them on Saturday for the village flower festival :)


My mother's name was Violet and as it happens she was deaf. She was born in May of 1927, a couple months after Violet Stone passed away. Just kind of struck me as unusual.

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