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RE: Christmas gift favorites


One of my best gifts this year was from my husband-  he bought me a pair of
"Much shoes"- really that is what they are called.  They are rubber on the
outside with a neoprene area around the ankles, so you can just streatch
them on and off-  no laces!  The are cushioned inside and stay pretty warm!
He also got me a toad house.  My dad gave me a check for Christmas, so I
already bought myself several of the vegetable ladder trellises sold by
Garden Supply.  My snow peas are up and growing and this year I will finally
have something tall enough for them to grow on!

Theresa

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of Donna
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 7:10 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Christmas gift


LOL! Could you image someone reading all of our posts in 30-40 years and
wondering - what are those folks talking about :)

On a serious note, do let us know what your think of the book.....

Donna

>     Speaking of books, I recd a book as a Christmas gift from a friend
> titled
> 'Two Gardeners A Friendship in Letters'.

Snip--

>     Briefly looking thru it I think this may be a forerunner to
> 'gardenchat'
> group.  I add this to the 2 new gardening books I purchased for myself
> which I
> cannot allow my self to indulge till I finish quilting a gift for the
> friend
> that gave me the book.
>     Ceres

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