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RE: Brr it's cold and daffodils


Which perennial geraniums are you working on? 

Gee- wish you closer... I have tons of laundry to do... and I have no
ambition with this current head cold.. seems like all I can do is have a
coughing fit every time I move....

Donna

> Oh I'm here and awake, just doing laundry, starting seeds, sharpening
my
> Felco's, cleaning the kitchen and drying Sugar off as she insists on
> sitting out on the porch even though it's pouring down rain. Crazy
cat.
> Am working on parsley, perennial geraniums and marigolds today.
> Certainly won't get any pruning done w/ this deluge - bah!!
> 
> 
> Pam

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