Wall hortum

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“Wall hortum”

A Roman Stone Wall in EnglandRatione, ut scitis et cogitatio multum accepit: Si populus putant, vel de TOPIARIA amet, potest tamen et minime aliquid calumniatur. I know I sometimes do so for a joke at times just to lighten the mood — at parties or other appropriate or necessary times.

Now I just have to populate my Garden wall with stories. I have to plaster my wall with postings so-to-speak. I have a few more ideas for stories already but haven’t had time to get them written. They shall come!

Later!

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2 Comments
  1. Sharon inquit,:

    exponentia reprehendo. Si cogitatio et?

  2. DWPenner inquit,:

    Bonum capturam. There is a balance between proof reading and making sure that you actually get the posts and pages published. The important thing of course is being understood and communicating.

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