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June 25, 2011

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nice birds, nice sounds...thank you! I'm going outside now...

A delightful post (and painting). Mark and I spent a few weeks last summer in Quogue, a little village in the eastern part of Long Island. Your morning ritual of coffee and bird-song reminded me of my own mornings there. Summer is so joyous up North...

hah! We will turn you into a naturalist yet. (Not a naturist, though.)

I love the painting too.

Beautiful post and pic, sweetheart. DL

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