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Re: anybody out there.....Pam

Had to chuckle at "climbing the walls". When we lived in Maryland,  
some 20 years ago, we bought a home with some sort of grass based  
wallpaper in the dining room. The kittens literally did "climb the  
walls". In less than a month, the walls were hanging in shreds. Had  
to redo that room ASAP!

Cathy, west central IL, z5b

On Aug 12, 2007, at 6:48 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

> Hi Pam,  congratulations on the youngster.  By 9 months they are  a  
> bit more
> calm, so doubt you'll have anyone climbing your walls, etc.  I'm   
> sure you
> will both take to each other right away.....after getting to know  
> one  another.
> The hardest thing is not to compare the new cat with the Sugar, I   
> found that
> it is easier to bond if you keep an open mind and heart.  I know   
> what you
> mean about expecting Sugar to be around for much longer.  I felt   
> the same about
> Flaksey, it was such a sudden shock, and I felt robbed of many   
> more years
> that we could have had.  Time and the new kitty will definitely   
> help, although
> Sugar will stay in your heart forever, no matter what.
> Oh my gosh.....Pam, you are so right about the plants.  After  
> weeks  and
> months of everyday rain, those plants that could tolerate that much  
> rain  were
> thriving, but now with this heat and burning sun, and no  
> rain.....the  plants are
> just having an awful time.
> Good luck and congratulations, Pam.
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
> In a message dated 8/11/2007 9:53:24 AM Central Daylight Time,
> gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
> Rain  drowned a lot of my xeriscape stuff in June and
> now heat and dry weather  are taking care of what's left.  I feel  
> like the
> angel of death this  summer.  Not a good feeling at all.
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