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    2004 May 10; 3 girls+3 boys; born 10 weeks premature; (plus g/g twins Oct. 2002 ?)
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    2006 March 30; g/b/g/g/g; birth weights range from 2 lb. 12oz to 3 lb. 12oz
  • The Hayes 6
    2004 Sept. 14; g/g/g/b/b/b; birth weights ranged from 3 lb.9oz to 4 lb.10oz. ; PLUS older siblings of 2 sets of twins

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June 19, 2006

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Diane

I would be the wrong person to comment on an African Violet. They were my sweet grandmother's favorite flower. I've tried for years to get one to bloom like she did. I have one in a pot at my kitchen sink near a window. The leaves are a rich, deep green but the flower has NEVER bloomed. I have had it about 2 years and am still waiting. I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but at least it is still healthy and green for now!

I love your blog, and the things you say about [your deceased husband] are so true about all of us...we're all guilty of just taking life for granted. You are helping us see how important it is to let those around us know how much we love them....I still miss you at the office and don't think that will ever change. Come see us when you can. Love you!!

Starr Mitchell

I think GOD works in mysterious ways. I have the African Violet I received in the hospital when Hayden was born and it has bloomed ever since but only deep purple blooms. Maybe this is your sign. Miss you, Starr

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