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April 05, 2008


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Abraham Lincoln

I like the orange colored lilies and the long pointed, green, plant we used to call, "Snakes TOngue."

I managed to post about my hospitalization adventures. Hope you get to read it.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio


This is an incredible blog...I was in Niger about two years ago...so I am familiar with some of the places and events.....these pictures and descriptions are GREAT!!

The only trouble....I couldn't find information about who the blogger is behind this blog.....is there a home page or a bio???



That s so nice i will forward this to myfriend he loves flowers and always ask me what kind of flwers they have in Niger
Good Job Please continue what you are doing
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Kathryn Hamilton

Yay! Flowers in Niger! Enjoy.


Now, you're going to have to talk me through these "four kinds of hot".

I'm guessing: normal hot; dry hot; sticky hot; and HOT hot.

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