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RE: Ummm...

Daryl, that is great news about your dad!  I'm sure this time period hasn't
been a picnic for either of you.  It's also pretty nice that a radio show
friend comes to you for answers to garden questions.  And with the talent on
this list, if you got stuck for an answer, someone here would have the
knowledge and/or expertise to give a hand.

And I loved your description of keeping the kitten from beating up the dogs!

I have been taking the dogs for their constitutional off lead for a little
while now, usually when there aren't too many people outside to distract
them.  Yesterday I had Izzie and Mary out for their time outdoors when a
neighbor from the street behind came walking through the yard.  I wasn't
sure how they would react.  They are very friendly and have no compunction
about jumping up on strangers to lick them to death, but not a lot of folks
want 60-75 lbs of drooling bulldog jumping up on them.  I was quite happy
that they just barked and when I told them to stop (before getting to the
neighbor) they actually minded.  Then in the afternoon when I had Mr. Face
and Izzie outside, my next door neighbor was walking his yard before mowing.
He came over to see how we were and I was really concerned that 75 lb Mr.
Face would clean him out as he came at a run to see the "new" person in the
yard, but I shouted "down" to him before he got to George and he, too,
actually minded!  (He did slime George's pant leg, though, and rubbed all
around his legs like a giant cat as he was so pleased to meet a new--new to

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Daryl
Sent: Monday, August 21, 2006 8:09 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Ummm...

Bummer on the allergies. Mine aren't too bad yet, but it's early for

I watered and pulled weeds early, then took Dad to church and his Sunday
School class as usual. The good news is that he's strong enough again so
that I think he can manage for himself  and I can go back to my church.
Spent part of the afternoon answering emailed garden questions for a friend
who has a radio show and gets swamped, then had to unplug the computer
because of big storms in the area. (unexpected ones, too). Dug out a map to
try to figure out the best driving route to Pa. for later this week. Kept
the kitten from beating up the dogs too much. Somehow the day just vanished.

I meant to get back out to the garden to cut some giant pigweed. It's way
over my head and is shading the tomatoes. :-(


----- Original Message -----
From: "SueNY" <sue.nyc@att.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2006 9:28 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Ummm...

> Haven't done a thing today..not even a visit to the garden. My allergies
> flared up big time and it feels like I have a stack of bricks on my face.
> Not fun. :-(
> Sue(6B)

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