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April 17, 2010



The alligator heads are just dried with glass beads for eyes. You can get them at any of the bajillion tourist shops in New Orleans.


Dear chzplz,
Thank you for the tip. I guess I don't need to do the big shake down on poor little Bindi. Thank you for visiting


I LOVE IT!!! The use of the succulents is wonderful. I know next to nothing about succulents, but you're right -- very big this year. I hope to learn more about them. I particularly love your use of the "string of pearls". The alligator heads are indeed odd, yet you do not appear to be odd to me! I would like to "follow" you, particularly since we are both "bloghers", but I don't see where to do that. I don't have a typepad people list. I will add you to my google reader, but if there is something else I should do, please let me know. I would love to have you visit me, and invite you to follow me as well, if you choose to do so, of course!


The demo garden was so much fun. I loved it. I should have added that it was my second favorite garden. Sooo much fun.

Candy Suter

This is so cool! I love it. I am a cacti/succulent fanatic. My front and backyard have them everywhere. I counted one time and got to over 200 varieties and that was 2 years ago. I started a blog but haven't done much with it. I should start again. I do post a lot of my pics on flickr under sweetstuff "candy"

Great blog by the way

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