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Re: kmrsy's photo/now catnip

In a message dated 12/20/2002 11:43:48 AM Central Standard Time, 
kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:

> You have to replant your catnip every
> year?  

Although that's probably what I said, it's not what I meant. (That happens 
more and more lately.)  I have ever replanted it.  The cats just roll around 
on it all year -- even in winter when it's just nubs.  Before I enter my 
dotage I am going to master the art of using a digital camera!  I promise to 
bore everybody senseless with pictures of my babies when I have learned to 
use one.


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