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Date:9/22/2014 9:42:14 AM
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Hi Marigold
That's the same problem we have with our garden here! As soon as the berries ripen and Mom goes out to harvest them from the garden the wild birds have beaten her to them first! Or she'll find some strawberries that have little bites taken out of them still hanging on the vines! We even have some varmints here that eat our tulip flowers and squash flowers from the garden! Mom just brought home some fresh blueberries and cherries the other day from the grocery store and do we ever love to eat those! Mom is going to give them to us outside today as our weather has finally turned warm and its so nice to be outside again and get our showers and dry off in the sunshine! Plus when we fling the berry skins it won't get all over the wall or on the floor!LOL!
Wishing you a great day and I'm sending you all my love along with warm birdie hugs and soft beakie kisses and a vote for you too! Love,Dixie
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