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Happy B-Day Kriskat

Posted by jolanaweb 8 Bas.Co,TX (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 22, 06 at 0:18

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Kriskat was born and this Irish Gold rose was Hybridized that year
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Happy Birthday, hope you have a wonderful. Just because the party is in October, I hope today will still hold special surprises
jolana

This is not my rose


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RE: Happy B-Day Kriskat

It's the yellow rose of Texas! LOL!
Happy birthday Kriskat!PJ


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RE: Happy B-Day Kriskat

AWWW, THANKS YOU GUYS! I'm going out to lunch with the whole family in Grapevine, then my brother's present to me is at Su Vino in Grapevine where you get to make your own wine. Tonight my DH is taking me somewhere (a suprise) nice for dinner and I think he has a special gift for me, so I'll let you know!

That yellow rose is a beauty, Jolana....as I'm a native TXN I'll just claim it as my own! :) I have about 25 different roses, maybe I'll see if that one is still available!

Here is a link that might be useful: handmade wine at Su Vino


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HAPPY BIRTHDAY KRISKAT

Have a fun day!

Carol


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RE: Happy B-Day Kriskat

Sorry I missed it yesterday, but a happy belated birthday to you, and it sounded like so much fun. Many, many more.


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RE: Happy B-Day Kriskat

Oops, I'm a couple of days late. Sounds like you had a good day. Happy birthday, and I hope your year to come is great!

Sally


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RE: Happy B-Day Kriskat

A belated (late) BD congrats, also.

Is Su Vino where Cap Rock used to be? I seem to remember seeing a new sign there.

My favorite place in Grapevine is BreadHaus. Also go to Pueblo Connection, and Auntie's Beads.

For wines......well I seem to still favor the German whites, and the French reds. California wines are good, but the selection of varietals isn't all that great, especially with whites. Lately though, I have tried Aussie wines, and some are pretty decent.

Tend to like Gewurztraminers, Niersteiners, and Pinot Noir, although I can tolerate the better Bordeauxs and Burgundies, when I get them as gifts! (smile)


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