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RE: Are you ready for the big day? Ceres

YIPES! Gotta watch out for the deer.... they can cause some serious damage
to your car- as well as you!


> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
> Behalf Of Cersgarden@aol.com
> Sent: Monday, December 19, 2005 10:04 PM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Are you ready for the big day?
> I traveled about 20 miles north tonight to see my youngest daughters
> school
> Christmas concert. Coming home 2 young deer came up our of a ditch and ran
> into
> my car but doesn't appear to be damaged.   Will check better in the
> daylight
> tomorrow morning.
>      Things are busy here as it is for all. Our tree, indoor & outdoor
> decorations have been up since just before Thanksgiving.   I have one gift
> to wrap,
> a couple of stocking stuffers yet to purchase and lots of sweet rolls to
> make
> for all our neighbors.   I work tomorrow & Thur and the bread will be made
> &
> delivered Fri and/or Sat.   My oldest granddaughter will have surgery Thur
> and
> hope she will not be kept in the hospital.   We have our family Christmas
> on
> the 24th at our house with lasagna for dinner.   Sun morning we will
> travel to
> our daughters to see what the GDs got from Santa and have breakfast.   It
> is
> not as exciting as when they were young.
>      I will take the indoor trees down on Sun.   It always feels good to
> have
> every thing back in place.
>      The garden catalogs are starting to roll in.   Love that!
>      Hope you all have a peaceful holiday.
>           Ceres
> PS The weather is predicted to warm on the weekend.
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