Friday, February 17, 2012

What Goes On In Your Garden

Amazing video only 4:23 long. Be sure your sound is on.

31 comments:

  1. I'm glad you posted this.

    And youse other guyz...if you haven't heard of TED then google it and go there!

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  2. a real adult video... for real adults, makes me glad to be alive.

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  3. Dear Duke - i loooved this video. here at Framboise Manor we get hummingbirds from about May to July/August. the previous owner had set up all kinds of hummingbird feeders and we have added more - they are soooo gorgeous to watch! although i must admit that they are pretty cranky and chase each other off the feeders and flowers. at least our cranky hummingbirds do! one other thing i noticed this past year in the garden is that we didn't see a lot of bees??? back in our yard in the city we had tons of bees. so this year i am ordering a few mason bee houses, they are incredible pollinators and if you put their little house on a tree or log near your flowers and veggies they will stay in the area and never leave. lastly, we get some of the most beautiful butterflies here - they are just lovely.

    ok. all of this blathering to say i really enjoyed the video. and have the incredible fortune of watching a lot of it first hand. and make time in my day, every day, to give thanks for that incredible fortune. thanks for sharing the video buddy!

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Thank you my friend, I thought you would enjoy.

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  4. Duke, Thanks for posting the Beauty of Pollination, I totally enjoyed it. Last year when checking out places to camp, we came across this park in southeast Oklahoma that had a pretty site to setup the tent. When I looked up at this tree next to me, it was covered with butterflies. This was the first time I had seen that many butterflies out in the woods. Have a great evening.
    Oklahomatransient.blogspot.com

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    1. Sandy, glad you enjoyed. I like nature stuff like this and wanted to share.

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  5. Thanks you for that.

    My thoughts are with you and your family this night. Stephen told us your mother in law passed.

    Big hug.

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  6. Duke, I stopped over from Stephen's. I'm very sorry to hear about your Mom.

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  7. Beautiful & mesmerizing video.

    So sorry about your family's loss, Stephen let us know. Prayers heading your way.

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  8. Duke, I am so very sorry to hear about your MIL. My prayers and those of the others I hope will comfort you and your family. You know we are here for you.

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  9. Duke...We are sorry to learn of your mother in law. What a fighter she was. Our thoughts and prayers for you and family.

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  10. I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family. What a strong lady for all she suffered recently.

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  11. Duke, our prayers are with you in this time of sorrow. God bless.

    Rick

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  12. I am sending my sincerest condolences on your loss.

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  13. My condolences to you and yours.

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  14. Dear sweet friend...my heart goes out to you. mine and jambaloney's deepest and sincerest wishes also go out to you. i am really glad that she had you until the end. what an amazing Son in Law that you have been. if there is anything that we can do...please let us know. send an email to kymberzmail@gmail.com and we will do anything. i am so very sorry, my dear and sweet friend. please take the time that you need to properly grieve and recover. if there is anything...we are only an email away.

    with much respect to your Mother in Law, and with deep love to you, your friends,

    kymber and jambaloney

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  15. Our thought and prayers go out to you and family.

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  16. Here via Stephen, and so sorry to hear of your and Mrs. Duke's loss.

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  17. So very sorry for your loss, you were such a blessing to your sweet mother in law. I will continue to pray for your strength and comfort in this time of sorrow.
    Shar

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  18. Duke, it's so hard to form the words. Praying for strength and peace.

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  19. Our thoughts and prayers go with you. I know Odysseus and I live in Missouri, but if there's anything we can do, please let us know.

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  20. My condolences go out to you for the loss of your mother in law. I know how hard it is. I hope that with time, you get some sense of peace of mind. It is not easy and you will forever miss them but eventually it does get easier. My Prayers go out to you my friend.

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  21. Duke, Missi and I are really sorry to hear about your MIL. You're a really good man to have helped take care of her.

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  22. Duke, sorry to learn of the death of your MIL. My sympathy and prayers to you and your family.

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  23. You and your family are in our prayers. We're so sorry to hear about your loss.

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  24. commenter's returning fire...I like that

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    1. God Bless, my friend. Sorry for your loss. She was lucky to have a good man like you around.

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  25. Duke,
    My sincerest condolences on the loss of your mother-in-law. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Stephen's blog told me of the news. I am very tech ignorant and can't figure out "select profile" so must comment as anonymous. Nothing malicious.

    judydee

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  26. Thanks to all of you for your kind words and prayers, It means a lot to me. Thank You All.
    Duke.

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  27. I'm glad you all enjoyed the video, Also thanks to all who expressed condolences for my MIL. You all are so kind. Thanks again.

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