• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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03 June 2007

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I feel for the bees and what they are going through right now with hive die-offs. Lovely roses, lovely horsey haunches. Again you stuff so well - I can almost make out the musculature.

Love all those pinks! Have a good week, Steph.

I love your horses! They are adorable.

Very pretty, very feminine horses. Lots of pinks recently!

Im sure Mr. Bee will forgive you with such gifts of pollen - and your horses are so pretty xxx

oh honey, how i love that little honey...she is friggin adorable...i'm especially found of her mane...sweet little honey.

Bees bees bees. I just like saying bees.

The horses are adorable! what gorgeous work :)

the pink mane is my favorite part.

I could ride that horse, it looks too sweet with that pink mane to be wild.

love this and your blog - and your love letter idea chez Corey - yes love this too

xox - eb.

Oh Stephy - I love the little horses - they are so cute!

Your Dortmund roses are amazing with such vibrant colours. Your pink horse is my favourite, absolutely wonderful Steph!

I love the horses! So cute:)

I love this hourse. So cute!

I want to be a kid again just so I can have an excuse to get my hands on one of your softies. So sweet!

i love the fabric on that cute horsie! it is so wonderfully pink! and your bee in the rose photo looks so like one i recently took of one in my rugosa rose...same color even!

I love all the pink and the horses. Beautiful photos.

Wonderful bee photography!

That first horse (mare?) is so pretty! I bet little girls, up to tween age, would love her!

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