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Re: Plant ID?


Hey, Zem, I know I'm old, but I really don't go back as far as
reconstruction.  One of my great-grandfathers was a 
carpet-bagger,  and the others were already there, but 
I am a bit later than that.

In a message dated 02/15/2006 4:23:35 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
zsanders@midsouth.rr.com writes:
Please, Auralie, you are never boring.  Thanks so much for sharing your 
memories.  I loved hearing my grandmother tell about her childhood, although 
a lot of her tales were about what life was like under reconstruction.  I 
also loved the tales my father told me about his life in rural Mississippi. 
I cherish the memories of past lives.
zem

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