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Re: Way OT /Cancer
  • Subject: Re: Way OT /Cancer
  • From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Feb 2010 15:36:55 -0600

> What gets me is that this is the third spring in a row that I won't be
> able to work in the garden as I want. When your white count is down,
> they don't want you in the soil or fooling with plants, such as roses,
> because of the fungi, etc. AND, I am restricted from fresh fruits and
> veggies for the same reasons. I will STARVE.


   That sucks!  Still, I suppose that many future years of gardening is
   a fair trade-off.

   We'll say some prayers for you, and maybe you can live vicariously 
   through our gardens for a little while.

   When will you be allowed to poke at the dirt and eat fresh fruits/veggies


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