Kenny Kirkland

cheese x white widow outdoor/indoor

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Thanks for sharing the photos man, the big outdoor one is looking gorgeous so far! Hope the flowering will be as good ;)

 

Have a good grow

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Kenny Kirkland,

I really like the fact that despite the difficulty you have had with uploading the text using your cellphone, you have still found a way to get text into your journal.

I really like that.

 

And it is important that you have said something about that.  Sometimes we don't know in what ways the forum is failing to serve the users.  We need to know things like that, and I thank you for telling us.

 

Persistence is a good characteristic that should serve you well in life.

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I like to see the plants in their habitat.
They look fantastic, a great job with them.
It will be a sight to see them flourish.
take care
Greetings.

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I can read the minds of cats. 

This cute kitty is thinking, "OK, go ahead and walk away, Servant.  As soon as I have my privacy, I am going to fertilize these seeds for my Servant."

 

 

 

DON'T SELL!     DON'T BUY!

GROW WEED!   STAY HIGH!

 

There's an idea for a T-Shirt...

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Welcome to the new life ;) I wish them to be at least as beautiful as that nice outdoor lady haha ;) 

 

 

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