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The Woman in Me

I was taking some quick shots of my roses yesterday morning and hubby decided he wanted to cut a few to put in a vase in the house. I started taking pictures of him and told him it was so nice to see his feminine side now and then. He said, "What? I like flowers. Leave me alone paparazzi."

I just laughed and told him I was going to put this on my blog so everyone could see the softer side of him. His response?

Classy. Love you too sweetie!

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  1. hilarious....I have about a million pictures of my better half doing the same thing when he knows Im trying to get a picture....he channels his feminine side by watching "Army Wives". That should make your husband feel beter!

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  2. That is too funny! Why are guys always so afraid of coming across as too sensitive?? Oh my...

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  3. HA! I love it! Your flowers are beautiful, by the way!

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  4. That's too funny! Pretty flowers!

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  5. I just told M the other day that I missed rose bushes - there are plenty of beautiful year round flowers on this tropical little hot spot, but my mother and grandmother always had rose bushes and I never see them here anywhere! So beautiful - congrats on your gorgeous flowers!!

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  6. That is SO exactly the response my husband would have given me!

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  7. Gorgeous flowers!

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  8. Hahahaa, lol that is funny!! Beautiful flowers :)

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  9. Precious! And the roses.....beautiful. I wish I could get mine to look like that :)

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  10. love your flowers, you are amazing! how many hours do you have in a day? best of luck this week-end on your walk. GO pacers

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  11. This is too cute & something my hubby would so do! Love your blog!

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