Pick a Post Friday

Several gardening related topics are swirling around in the compost bin of my mind. I could go in many directions, so I'm designating this as "Pick a Post Friday" also known as "Carol tries out the new polling feature of Blogger".

To the right, over there, you should find a "Pick a Post" poll with suggestions for the topic of my next post. I really am thinking about all those topics. Feel free to vote, or not, and later I'll see what the results are and that will be my post topic for "Pick a Post Friday".

Don't delay, you only have a few hours to vote.

Comments

  1. Hey! I think someone is stuffing the ballot box about turnips. What's that about?

    --Robin (Bumblebee)

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  2. Enjoying these last few hours before you turn another year older?

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  3. Yeah, what's that about turnips? Should we look for dangling chads, or whatever they're called?

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  4. Although the turnips intrigued me I am a tool time girl and I want to hear about your hoe quote.

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  5. They all sound so good. I picked GADS Indoors.

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  6. Robin(Bumblebee), Stuffing the ballot box for turnips? How? The darn poll thing only let me vote once!

    Sherry, You are confused. I have DAYS before my birthday.

    Jodi, they are called 'hanging chad' but I assure you this voting is on the up and up. I am not attempting to influene it, I promise!

    Lisa at Greenbow, I will in time post about the new hoe quote.

    Curtis, GADS is the next post after turnips.

    Thanks all for voting!

    Carol, May Dreams Gardens

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