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May 25, 2014 5:28 AM CST
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and the beloved Winston the pug
Thank you, scbuttercup. Moving plants is a challenge, especially prickly roses. My friends don't understand "the gardening thing". I concentrated on plants that I couldn't start again from seed. Even so, it was a lot of pots, buckets, etc. I kept slips of each perennial and shared the rest with gardening friends.

I was upset this winter when I learned that I had to move. The sale of the property was on and off again several times. Their mortgage fell thru less than a week before closing. They got another mortgage somehow and wanted to move in as soon as the property closed. I was so fed up with the uncertainty that I couldn't wait to leave! Now I just have to get my security deposit back from the new owners. Argh.

It is for the best. I am in a nicer place with nicer neighbors and plenty of room to live and garden. Heading outside while the front bed is still shady. The new neighbors first impression of me is my behind sticking up in the air as I work on the front garden bed.

Winston the pug is sleeping in. It's a dog's life!

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