While working in my yard today, I kept thinking about JD and how he could make anyone feel special. He knew I was a country girl — so he made a point to make sure to compliment my first yellow blooms from my snapdragons in spring, commented on what a good crop of tomatoes I could grow even in the “city”, and how my country ham and potato salad was the best (like his wife used to make). He would save me a peach from his yard and confirm my tree was a sweet bay magnolia. I choose to celebrate his life even though I miss my friend. And by the way, JD, I saw my first green in my snapdragons today And my daffodils are coming up nicely. ❤️
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