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Nov 12, 2012 3:04 PM CST
Name: Teri
Mount Bethel, PA
Sounds like another great trip, Holly. I'm finally home from babysitting and no longer have any house guests that were without power. It was such a beautiful day today that I spent all day outside poking around without exerting too much energy. The two youngest grandsons and I were practically pajama and house bound all week while we nursed our sinus/cough/cold congestions. The dahlias are dug up and put into a black plastic bag. All the small bushes that were uprooted by the storm are back up. I am so thrilled with the loads of strained topsoil and rabbit/goat manure that my neighbor keeps dumping into the corner of the property!! So many things are easier when the soil is handy. I potted up the brug cuttings from Gita that were waiting for me in water when I got home!! Hope I do right by them. Thanks, Gita.

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