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Re: No gardening?


Glad to hear you escaped the storm.... We didn't get much here, still
raining now, but I fear tomorrow mornings drive into work may be
slippery. Everything is flooding around here and it is supposed to get
cold and start snowing...

   
  Donna

Patricia <pdickson@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
  We are in the middle of a huge ice storm. I have electricity right now but 
not sure for how long. It keeps blinking.
I just went out and took beautiful pictures of the ice on everything. It 
is raining on top of all that ice so I am worried that we might get some 
limbs breaking soon. The rain is needed but a scary way to get it. My 
daughter in the Tulsa area and has no electricity with one tree uprooted 
towards the house and one small pear broke off in the middle. The entire 
neighborhood is a disaster. No electricity and broken beautiful trees 
everywhere.
I wonder how Jesse is doing?
Tricia
zone 6b
western Ok
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Johnson Cyndi D Civ 95 CG/SCSRT" 
To: 
Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 10:08 AM
Subject: [CHAT] No gardening?


> Gosh y'all are quiet, I figured there would be a few more messages.
> Can't believe no one is out there gardening...in December...two weeks
> from Christmas... :-) Anyway hope everyone is okay, we've been watching
> all the news about the ice storms and power outages. We had a snidge of
> rain last Friday but the TV news departments trotted out their
> Stormwatch 2007 graphics for nothing because the promised two-day deluge
> did not appear. Any rain is okay though.
> I didn't do any gardening either. Saturday was windy and cold so I did
> inside chores. Sunday I got up way before dawn and headed for Las Vegas
> with my sister and a couple friends, we went shopping at Cowboy
> Christmas again. An entire convention center of western goods, many
> wonderful things, but alas I did not manage to cross everything off my
> gift list. I did get most of it done though and I bought a couple things
> for myself. I'm much better at buying for myself than I am for others!
> Went into the greenhouse yesterday and the bay tree is finally putting
> out some new leaves, happy happy. I think I imported a critter too
> because something is munching on geranium leaves. Might be geranium
> budworm so I'll start off by dusting with some BT. There are a couple
> paperwhite blooms outside but unsurprisingly not much is happening out
> there.
>
> Cyndi
>
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