Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Stopping to Smell the Daylilies

Stopping to smell the daylilies may get you a mild to severe case of nasal pollenitis. Symptoms include a dusty yellow-orange substance that can be found on the surfaces of the nose, possible sneezing and runny eyes, as well as a possible case of severe giggles.

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  1. Oh my gosh! Could that possibly be any cuter? They're adorable, Dave!

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  2. Oh my goodness, I have 5 children and that is the cutest thing I have seen in a long time. You need to submit that to something....

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  3. Adorable! It can happen with Asiatic and Oriental lilies, too! :-)

    Cameron

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  4. Been there done that! Love the photos of your darling kids!

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  5. Dave,

    Great fun here, glad you shared this with us.
    I have seen yellow-orange dark swallowtails inside those lilies too.

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  6. Cute collage of beautiful children with cute little yellow noses! ;-) How fun.

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  7. The best ever, Dave. They are so cute.

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  8. Ha!!! We know the feeling, Dave. Priceless!

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  9. Super cute factor here Dave! :-)

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