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It's All About Rich Moments, Enjoying Prettiness Indoors or Outdoors

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  1. Wanda

    Love magnolias, love white, love Natchez, love our history and love your blog! Happy anniversary! Pray there will be many more!

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  2. FlowerLady Lorraine

    Happy 30th Anniversary!!!! Wedding photos always bring tears. We were all so young and full of life, raring to go.

    Love your magnolias and gardenias and the photos of Natchez. A beautiful part of this country.

    Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

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  3. rue

    Happy Anniversary, Jan! The magnolias are beautiful and so is your table setting. No wonder you’ve been married to him for 30 years. If he helps with a blog post, he’s a keeper 😉

    I went to Natchez when I was 16 on the Delta Queen, when it was still running, and I have such fond memories of it. In fact, I still have a linen nightgown my mother bought me in one of the shops. I hope to return someday 🙂

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  4. 1929charmer

    Happy 30th to you and your hubs, a great anniversary to celebrate! I don’t mean to be lame but where is Natchez? It certainly is lovely! Your magnolias and gorgeous and so is your table!

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    • janetlea62

      Thanks Cathy! I so excited for you! Natchez Mississippi is way down south and has beautiful antebellum homes. The might Mississippi river runs by it and there’s lots of great viewing spots. Many come for the Spring azaleas that the south is known for. We stayed a few years ago at a Bed and Breakfast there and loved it. If you don’t like to be hot then don’t go in the summer!

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