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Monday, September 26, 2016


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Lisa at Greenbow

What a lovely gift you gave your friends by arranging the flowers for the memorial. The arrangements are beautiful.


Such a lovely and meaningful way to honor one friend and help another at a difficult time. I'm sorry for the loss of your friend.

Loree / danger garden

Flowers can be such a strong conveyor of emotions and memories. What meaningful way for you to honor the loss of a friend. I am sorry.


What a touching tribute to Bill and all he meant to everyone. Thank you for sharing your thoughts as well as the blooms, Linda


Sorry about your friend. The arrangements are a lovely tribute.

Amelia Grant

Nice arrangements filled with meaning for you and Cindy,her garden must be wonderful, she probably feels Bill's presence strongly there. I am sure the friends and family appreciated your lovely work.My condolences on your loss.

Kris P

I'm sorry for your loss of a good friend and Cindy's loss of her companion. The flowers are a beautiful gesture of remembrance.


Very sorry to read about your sad loss. Your beautiful flowers will have shown your friend much sympathy and comfort, I am sure.


What a sweet gift and warm memories you have created. Peace to you.


Beautiful arrangements, it's a lovely thing to do in remembrance. I am so sorry to hear about your friend Bill - my sympathy to your friend Cindy and all Bill's family and friends. take care love bec

Eliza Waters

Sorry for your loss, but what a beautiful tribute to your friend.


You did a wonderful job of creating this beautiful tribute to Bill. I'm sorry for your loss.


Beautiful flowers and such a special gift for your neighbour and a fine farewell for Bill.

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