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Re: all toooooo fast.

Hey- sounds good to me.  I can't believe that my own garden is full!  
Stuffed actually.  From this point one, I'm afraid most of my gardening 
will be digging things out that get crowded.  Hmmm, must be nearly time 
to move again.  I knew I did too much last year.  I've got to learn how 
to drag these things out longer!


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>Yeah, this seems to be the time of year when time, itself, 
>>collapses--even down here. Like daylight hours, To Do lists get longer 
>>and longer. I'm almost afraid to go outside--every time I do, I come 
>>back in and add a half dozen chores to the list. I may be putting my 
>>calendar-scheduler program into overload.
>My problem is that I go outside to do something, see something else that
>needs to be done, and then spend the whole day doing it.  :(
>When you all come down for that deck party I'll be sure to leave the to-do
>list on the table! 
>Chris (who thinks Jim should do the same with visitors to Ms. Fatma's reading
>       room)
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