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Oh, you know how to have way more phun than I.
Oh, nice one, anonymous!Ms M, I don't feel so good about those orange things.
You always take such good photographs.
Thank you, Anon, for your very fitting poem. xxooHiker: There has been too much seriousness lately. It was time for something phun.Petrea: Anon thanks you. You're right; the orange things are definitely not phun. Nor are the large machines thundering around in clouds of dust.Margaret: Thank you :-) Is there a goddess of visual art? Or is there one that fends off roadwork?
Yay, phun! You are a true artist, Ms.M.
Thank you, Dive. Yes, here's to phun!
Beaufiful photo of downtown Boise far away...The rose is gorgeous too.
Thank you, Sonia. I love how light glows through flowers.
Just stopping by to wishing you a pleasant weekend.
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