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Apr 24, 2014 6:31 AM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
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Looks like alot of folks taking advantage of the warm weather to get out and get their hands grubby. Gonna be a hot couple of days here for a change.

Andi... Hopefully it will all be over soon and that you'll finally be able to settle somewhere and not have to move again for many...many years. I wish I could send you some of our warmth and sunshine. Moving is not fun in the winter. Hopefully spring will hit your section of the country soon.

The plants you said that didn't make it. If you have the time and the room I would dig and haul them along too. So many of mine are just starting to emerge now that we getting some sun and a bit warmer temps at night. Still in the 40's here at night, but it sure beats the 20's and 30's.

Joesph.... I am drooling. It's a lot of work building a greenhouse, but I think when you finally get it all done you'll be glad you did it. Especially when you will be able to have a place to grow and hold seedlings. You could have built it here instead. I would have let ya. Not a peep of complaint would you have gotten from me. Whistling Rolling on the floor laughing

I'm still running so far behind on getting all what I want sowed. I wish I was an octopus. I need about a dozen pairs of hands to get me caught up. I'll get there eventually I hope.



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