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Apr 30, 2011 8:06 AM CST
Name: Kathleen Tenpas
Wickwire Corners NY
I have discovered how easy homemade tomato soup is. I can't use the canned because they put onion in it and onions are off my list. I'll be growing some plum tomatoes to make into juice for later when the weather comes in. Even Stan thought my first batch worth eating. I hope everyone had a lovely time, Neil. I accidentally watched some of the Wedding when I tried to get the local weather. The networks pre-empted the local news so we wouldn't miss anything. William has himself a lovely bride, and I hope all goes well. The Queen look rather nice in yellow.

Well, it is sunny out and warming after a bit of frost earlier. I have some pansies to put out and my fruit trees, an apple, a peach and a grape vine came a couple of days ago and need to be in the dirt. Now it's all about where to put them. I think my DGD is going to help me plant and then we are going to tackle a climbing rose that thinks it owns the yard. Two, actually, 'Dorothy Perkins' and her white offspring. I did nothing with them last year and they have made it impossible to walk down one of the walks and for Jess to work in her little garden.

off to bake the bread

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