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Sarah said…
These are beautiful, Carissa! Don't you just love springtime?
I love flowers too and think yours are amazing.
amy said…
Those are very nice pictures, Carissa. You did a great job on them, getting some neat angles especially. It looks like you had fun editing them, as well :) Keep up the good work.

Amy
Carissa said…
Sarah,
Yes, I do really enjoy spring. I especially like the warm weather that comes with spring.


Savories of Life,
Thanks for the comment. I hope you enjoyed your visit.

Amy,
Yes, I did enjoy editing them. My favorite one to edit was the tulip.

Carissa
Abby said…
Beautiful pictures Carissa! I like how edited them.
Congrats on finishing your math too!

Blessings,
Abigail
Lois said…
I love spirng flowers! Are they form your garden?
Carissa said…
Abigail,
Thanks for the wonderful comments you have left on my blog. I am really happy that I am done with math for now!

Lois,
Yes, the flowers are from our garden. I like spring flowerss a lot too. Have a great day.

Carissa
Bethany Joy said…
Spring.

Ah...it's finally here.

I.Like.Spring.
Carissa said…
Hi Bethany,

I like spring too. It is definitly my favorite season.

Carissa

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