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Sharon Van
06-02-2012 7:53:51 AM EST
HI, everyone. Just got back from helping at Mich. Special Olympics. It was our 6th year! It is such a great time. We help do eye screening for about 1000 athletes in just2 days! Sorry to hear about your "boo boo " Renee. Hope it heals fast. sorry to have my "lemon sisters" are needing some "repair work" but know they will do well!Happy birthday , to Gail and happy summer to all the rest of you.

Marie Janssen
06-01-2012 5:37:20 PM EST
Gail I hope you have a Happy Birthday. Not too much Hot Damn now. Take care Marie

sue j
06-01-2012 4:44:27 PM EST
sorry to read about your finger Renee. We are out at the campground and i'm not near a computer so it's had to keep up on all the news. I'm having catarc surgery wednesday. Marie and i will have to pass each other in the hospital. Hope all is well down there. we miss all of you.

Sandy the G
06-01-2012 1:49:49 PM EST
Happy Birthday, Gail!!! ♫♪♪♪♪

Renee
06-01-2012 12:16:57 PM EST
Marie u will be in the hearts and prays of the Chula Family good luck!

Renee
06-01-2012 10:57:23 AM EST
Happy birthday Gail Raymond!

Sandy
05-31-2012 11:48:20 PM EST
Good luck with your shoulder, Marie, and hope your finger is getting better, Renee.

Marie Janssen
05-31-2012 2:45:10 PM EST
Renee just read your post. Sorry to hear about your finger. Hope it heals fast for you. I am having shoulder surgery next Wednesday so I will be out of commission for a bit also. Take Care

Renee
05-31-2012 9:31:18 AM EST
Thank you Denise. I slammed the dryer door on my middle finger left hand, 3 stiches can't swim for 7-9 days till they are out. Nice big fat bandage LOL looks dump. oh well!

denise
05-30-2012 7:29:39 PM EST
renee - heard about your mishap at swim this morning, you are in my prayers, my friend!

Renee
05-27-2012 8:31:26 PM EST
Happy Memorial Day rip all who gave all

Denise
05-26-2012 5:36:40 PM EST
Awesome to be able to get out. You girls are wonderful and it's my honor to be a part of the class. Wish I could get out more but I'm so happy to be able to do what I can. Thank you Renee, you are a true inspiration!!

Renee
05-26-2012 12:20:51 PM EST

Summer Aqua Size lots of people. Glad to see Denise Foster out and about! See u girl next week. A Huge thanks to Jeanie Haines for teaching each week. Low impack with noodles and weights. Great Job There Mom/ Jeanie also thanks to Linda D. and who every fills in when Jeanie is not there!

Renee
05-26-2012 12:14:08 PM EST

Shirley Nichols taking a break from working in the library... she is working on a puzzle anyone can walk in and put a few pieces in. Its a community puzzle in the Rec. Hall.

Renee
05-26-2012 12:11:30 PM EST

Just inder the palm tree on the pond are banana trees when they bloom I will post, see how calm the water is NO wind.

Renee
05-23-2012 12:55:33 PM EST

Castus blooming in our 89 and 90 degree heat!

Renee
05-23-2012 12:43:14 PM EST

2 osprey in the top of the pine behind lot 292

Renee
05-23-2012 12:38:31 PM EST

the top of the century plant still opening no color yet

Renee
05-23-2012 11:03:38 AM EST
Larry Wiant sent me before and after pictures of his place oh my what a beautiful diffence. check the page out befoe and after.

Renee
05-20-2012 3:42:25 PM EST

while riding we saw this guy Charlie (the heron bird) eating hot dogs standing on the tire of a car. Sandi K had to have a picture. no telling what we will fine earily in the morning.

Renee
05-20-2012 3:36:32 PM EST

As Many of u know several of us are biking in the wee hours of the morning...for me 7am is EARLY, Well I have seen more sunrises in the past 3 weeks than I have in all of my 56 years! LOL enjoy! All so FYI 3 times around the outside of the south side and once around the outside of the north side is 3.1 miles! High five to all who are riding and a big WOO WHO!

Renee
05-20-2012 3:30:36 PM EST

I told Drenda I would get a picture of this when it blooms. so far nothing!

Renee
05-20-2012 3:28:56 PM EST

this is the top of the Century plant. Thank Willie I have a 15 zoom! LOL

Renee
05-20-2012 3:26:33 PM EST

Marie thanks for the info... its still blooming here is more pictures. ENJOY

Marie Janssen
05-19-2012 1:28:35 PM EST
This is info on the century plant only blooms 1 time in 25 years and then dies Family: Agavaceae, Agave Family Perennial Blooms in: Late Spring, Early Summer Habitat Preferred: Ubiquitous in Verde Valley Area Photo taken at: Dry Creek 9/99 Bloom Color: Yellow/Orange/Red spikes start out like giant stalks of asparagus, are then topped by a glorious bouquet. Other Common Names: Parry's Agave Comments: Century Plants bloom only once in their life, the blooming spike is so large and grows so fast that it saps all the resources of the plant, which then dies, leaving a tall wooden seed stalk. The plant is called the "century plant" because of this "once a century" bloom (actually the plant lives an average of 25 years). It was also an important plant to indigenous people, being used for medicines, fiber, needles, and food. Further Reference & Sources: Andrew Cooper's Cactus Page; "A Field Guide to the Plants of Arizona", Anne Orth Epple, 1995, Falcon Pr

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