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My Top 10 Favourite Posts

In my silly little mind, with my awful memory, these are my Top 10, but they’re in alphabetical order so as not to bias anything:

  1. Bad Day with a Good Supper – February 19, 2008
  2. Cast of Characters – January 18, 2006 (needs updating BADLY!)
  3. Eulogy for my father – January 31, 2009
  4. Gramma & Grandpa Monkey do Vegas! – January 27, 2008
  5. Little Kids Superimposed on a Pirate Photo – March 31, 2009
  6. Long-ago pics from the Garden – January 29, 2008
  7. My E-Z Bake Garden – June 11, 2009
  8. Purim Madness – March 10, 2009
  9. Seed Starting Chart for Toronto – March 15, 2009
  10. Six Plants I could not Live Without – April 22, 2009
  11. Uncle in Israel – July 22, 2009
  12. YM’s pictures from Casa Loma – June 16, 2009

Oops… is that twelve???  Maybe I’ll come back and edit it down.

Kind of strange that this blog is almost four years old, yet most of my faves are from the last six months.  Weird… though I guess I did skip two years, so maybe that makes sense.

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