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dhawhee

allow me to vouch for two things: 1) the awesomeness of frolleagues, and 2) the vastness of the mulchy improvements. And also, it's nice to read sentences like "my beloved and i [did work on our house]" over "my beloved flew here this weekend" or vv.

so nice.

grace

hey--looking good out there.

Scott Springman

Mulching, and weeding is backbreaking work...but the final results always make it worthwhile. It is especially nice when neighbors pass by with...that looks great! Just wait until that happens...

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