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|30||medium||It's a red katydid. They occur naturally, but they're very rare. The color is passed on to their offspring, but it's thought that few of them survive because of their visibility. The green ones blend in to the leafy branches quite well, but not the red ones.|
|29||medium||It would be easy to make up a fable about the frog (converted prince) and the jewel on the window sill.|
|28||medium||He/she hopped through an open window in the night to investigate June's new sugar bowl and creamer.|
|27||medium||The pleasures of borrowing other people's wooden boats.|
|26||medium||The post office at LLoyd, Florida. 1832?|
|25||medium||A made-up recipe for jambalaya, otherwise know as a paella with a roux.|
|18||medium||Chilled peach soup. I finally found a decent batch of peaches.|
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