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Re: head count

Well, gang, what's left of me is still here - so far behind with list
chat I am sure that some post or other will resurrect a long dead
subject line.....when I get to reading the 1159 posts from the group.
 While I hit the delete key on 90% of my many other list posts when
I'm up against the wall like lately, I save my chat posts...I shall
get there eventually:-)

Been here since AHS days; sorta jump started that list, right David?
(who, I think was the reply to my reply to someone who pulled all the
folks out of the woodwork).  Hard to believe how long we've all been
'together' now and I add to the thanks to our savior and mentor,
Chris Lindsey, without whose generosity we would all be scattered in

Garden on about 2 acres of our 3.8 in MD, a few miles west of the
Cap. beltway around DC; been here nearly 30 years now.  Wooded site
that we cleared only enough space to build the house on, so have been
clearing and building gardens ever since....no formal affiliations;
just Garden Addict.

Day job is running our small architectural firm and last spring I
took the leap into garden design - started Shadyside Garden Designs. 
Got 3 clients with no portfolio (which is either a good sign or a bad
one:-)) and hope a few more come forth this season as I find I
actually enjoy this, unlike the architecture, which, past the initial
design challenge, is not much fun.  Would like to bring at least 1 of
those 3 gardens to fruition this season so I have something to
photograph and can start building a salable portfolio; 2 of them have
installed phase 1 as of last fall.  My first was a definite challenge
- 30' drop from patio to rear fence and they bought the lot and house
next door during the design phase, so extended to that as well.  Most

What with one thing and another, been beating deadlines and dealing
with ill husband since the holiday season, so have not been able to
read; just stash posts except for the odd one here and there.  

Belated birthday wishes to Gene and Maria (and anybody else I've
missed) - may you both (all) have many, many more.

Bummer, Jesse, on the job front.  Maybe it's an opportunity in
disguise - let's hope.  Want one of your goats:-)

Find it frustrating to not be able to just sit and read all the posts
every day, but there it is.

I'm pretty whacked tonight; end of a tough week - TGIF - but wanted
to check in and this subject line looked like the opportunity:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
Editor:  Gardening in Shade
Shadyside Garden Designs
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