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May 12, 2011 8:21 AM CST
Name: Jay
northeastern New Mexico
Zone 5b, in the foothills @ 7100'
The pup is going into the SO's office during the day; she's going to be a therapy dog of some sort, which is to say she's going to hang out in the massage office & snag pets. Hilarious!

I've got 12 tomato plants in & 4 more to go... ran outa wallo waters yesterday, but went into the big city & bought 12 more. Enough to get the cukes in. OMG... and there's peppers, too. I need more wallo waters already. They're expensive up front, but they sure last well. Also tried to buy some more seedling mix, but only the little bags were left. Ratz.

Broccoli & cabbage looking good. Peas & onions coming on, but it's cold these last couple of days, so everything not in wallo waters stops & waits for warmth again. {{sigh}}
I have little confidence in any enterprise or business or investment that promises dividends only after the death of the stockholders.

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