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RE: Weekend Report

Geesh.. I need to take a nap after reading all this stuff you did.... and it
is only Sunday morning....

Wish I had your energy level!


> Well-  I've nearly managed to mulch all of my gardens.  I still have
> part of the front side to do, but I decided that I want to create
> another layer (tier) so I need to go get more of the gardenwall blocks
> to do this.  The slope was jsut too great and I think it will look
> better if it is divided into two sections, with one being higher than
> the other.  That will be for another weekend though.
> Also, or bathroom remodel is back on track.  A friend of my husband who
> is a contractor came over yesterday and replaced the window and the
> rotten window header/sill, along with helping us put in the tub.  He
> then  used selant around the window, and hung the cementboard around the
> tub so that I can do the tiling.  We need to go pick up the time today.
> Maybe next weekend I'll start the wall tile, and hopefully get the
> plumber over to put in the toilet.
> In the back garden, I rearranged a couple things.  Moved the hydrangea
> to a hopefully better location, moved the wigela to the back yard (so it
> won't cook next to the brick wall out front anymore), and rearranged a
> couple of other plants.  I dug up a "bunny-tail" grass that was taking
> over the world.  I love this grass- but it was getting huge.  So now I'm
> trying to decide if I want to divide it and keep a section (but in a
> difference spot) or just give the whole thing away to a friend.  Hmmm.
> Theresa

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