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Harry Potter Garden


Danielle & Cathy,

Thank you for the lovely compliment and I admit there were always a lot
of kids here.  
I've promised to do a better job of photography this spring and post
then.  
The ones I took this last spring were of the daffodils and show little of
the HPG theme.

But right about now I'd like to poke you gently with a Nimbus 2000.  
Get those books and read them to that child, then go to the movie.  
Allow that child to use her imagination, improve her vocabulary.
There is no time better spent than reading to a child unless it's
examining a garden with one.
By the time Prisoner of Azkaban comes out, she'll be prepared to be a
critic! 

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year !!!
Linda Wallpe
Cincinnati, Ohio  Zone 6a

<<From: "Danielle Lavin" <danirlavin@hotmail.com>
Your yard must've been the yard all
the kids wanted to play in I'm a HP fan along with my 4 yr old daughter. 

 Could you send me some pictures??? >>>>>>>
<< Date: Tue, 31 Dec 2002 12:21:41 -0600
From: cathy carpenter <cathyc@rnet.com>
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Harry Potter/Location?
 I may have missed something, but where is home? >>>>>

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