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Feb 23, 2014 5:45 AM CST
Name: Judy
Simpsonville , SC
It's about time for me to chime in, I read this thread every morning around 5:30 when I first get up. So my day starts with me sipping coffee snuggled in bed reading about you all on my iPad. Like I'm doing right now. Didn't realize there were violent storms this week, glad to hear piggies are okay. We were joking here in SC that February was Apocalypse due to days of snow and an earthquake, both are very unusual here. Those snow days when most of the state set down were my sowing days and now the seeds are mostly up except for the rudbeckia.....was I supposed to cold treat? It's been just about two weeks, so frustrating because Im usually quite good at seed starting, using domes, heat mats and kind words. But those brown eyed Susans aren't having any of it. And oh yes I did winter sow some, nothing there yet but I wouldn't expect it for a couple more weeks as the outdoor temps get warmer. So just wanted you all to know that even tho I'm crazy busy with my insurance business and family, I am a faithful piggy stealing time to be with you and raise my seeds even if I post infrequently.

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