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The Kitchen Window
Antique Milk Bottles with Herbs and Flowers

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Welcome to the Frog Hollow Farm blog! I've been blogging since January 2010. My interest began after reading some very motivating, intelligent and inspiring blogs. My hope is that you will enjoy reading my posts as I begin to develop my own blogging style. The most fun will be hearing back from you, which I truly look forward to.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

Getting Back to Blogging and Ready for Hurricane Irene

Wow, what a week here on the East Coast.  First an earthquake and now, Hurricane Irene.

We've been busy taking things inside and getting ready for this storm, worried most about the flooding that will occur throughout New Jersey after all of the rain we've had this summer. 

Hoping that everyone is taking the necessary precautions and that everyone will be safe.


Yesterday I cut as many sunflowers as I could before they were knocked down by the winds and rains tonight and tomorrow. 

Wishing you all lived close enough to stop by for your own sunny bouquet!

And if you do live close by, please do stop by - there are many sunflowers waiting for a safe home before the storm! ;)

May God give you...
For every storm, a rainbow,
For every tear, a smile,
For every care, a promise,
And a blessing in each trial.
For every problem life sends,
A faithful friend to share,
For every sigh, a sweet song,
And an answer for each prayer.

Ciao, bella!
xxoo

13 comments:

  1. The sunflowers are beautiful! Be careful, hoping it's not as bad as they've been saying:@)

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  2. Wish I could s swing by for a bouquet! It's nice to see you blogging again:) Stay safe!

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  3. HI FARM GIRL,
    MISSED YOU.........I HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT SUMMER.
    YOUR SUNFLOWERS ARE SO PRETTY, ONE OF JENNY'S FAVORITE'S. I HEAR YOU ABOUT THE EARTHQUAKE, AND NOW WE WAIT FOR HURRICANE IRENE. I PRAY SHE BLOWS OUT TO SEA. TAKE CARE, STAY SAFE. LOVE, AUNT RIZ

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  4. Stay safe! I hope the storm treats your neck of the woods gently.

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  5. Beautiful flowers. Wishing you well concerning the storm.

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  6. Hope you make it through this terrible storm without too much damage. I have another friend who lives in Rhode Island and hoping she makes it through as well. God be with both of you, be safe!

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  7. Hi lovely lady.
    I hope you are all Ok!!! and you did make it through this storm with not to much damage.
    XXOO Diane

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  8. Oh dear lady.....we have been following Irene on the news.....hopefully you are safe and sound. Don't know where you are in New Jersey...but it has been hit pretty hard they say. Prayers are being sent your way.

    Hugs,

    Jo

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  9. Hoping you fared well...being 3 miles in from the Jersey Shore we didn't do too badly...as expected the basement got wet. Those sunflowers are beautiful!

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  10. Pretty sunflowers. Hope they found good homes that were safe from the storm.♥♫

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  11. I love those eye-popping flowers in your header, so bright and exciting. All those fun sunflowers look wonderful on your table look great as well, I'm sure they'll cheer up your home. Hoping you stay safe and dry during Irene's sass.

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  12. Hope all is well...I can't believe the bottom of the mountain..the poor people I hope everyone is well.
    Its nice to be back to blogging...
    PS I love your header
    xx
    bunny

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  13. HI FARM GIRL,
    I'VE MISSED YOUR BLOGGING...HOPE ALL IS WELL.......
    WE ARE ALL FINE....LOVING THE WEATHER........ TAKE CARE....JUST WANTED TO STOP BY AND SAY "HI"......
    LOVE YA, AUNT RIZ

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