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Saturday, May 14, 2016

Prom prep

Every day this week--RAIN!
Every day this week--COLDER THAN THE LAST!
The rain should stop by four and at 5 pm picture time it will be 48 degrees.


Emily's group has made no alternate picture plans.
I took my resources out to see what we will do.
Here we have a line of seven people, from a couple of perspectives.


I said it would be nice if the tall grass weeds were removed.


Emily has prom fingernails; Laura got the job.


The seven people model has retreated indoors.
Note to self: remove Laura's wire flower for the pictures.
Thin out the Solomon's Seal one day soon.


14 comments:

  1. Such a pretty garden. Have a great day!

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  2. Hari OM
    Crikey, the Scots curse, eh? Never mind - it could make for an entertaining prom-shot with colourful brollies to the fore... I like the 'long angle'. YAM xx

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  3. Lots of work for the perfect picture..."Prom Fingernails" great way to get out of work.

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  4. they need only shiver for a few minutes.

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  5. No, I can't make that old joke any more. Your garden looks great, and that's all I can say.

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  6. Hope none of the girls are wearing strapless dresses. That could be cold temps! How exciting though. I hope a bit of sun does peek through when it is picture time and all have fun!

    Betty

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  7. I hope Emily returns the favor when Laura has prom nails. I can't wait to see the pictures.

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  8. I do hope all goes well for those all-important pictures! If there are problems, it surely won't be from a lack of forethought on your part!

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  9. Looking forward to seeing the photos. And pictures of Emily's prom nails.
    Love your garden. Of course.

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  10. It would be cute if they all held umbrellas in the beautiful garden.

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  11. I think the garden looks lovely. I like Donna's idea of using umbrellas. I wouldn't have thought of that. All colourful ones would be nice.

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  12. The prom photos will be fantastic against your flowers!

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  13. Have you tried "Rain, rain go away"?

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  14. Your gardens are a great backdrop for these memories, Joanne. Some of our after-wedding photos were taken in front of my mother's gardens. Every time I look at them I remember the beauty of that summer day and the glorious flowers and greenery. Emily will too, especially since she helped create the beauty.

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