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Re: Way OT /Cancer
gardenchat@hort.net

I think when the chemo is over. Right now, it should be over by May.
However, no final schedules are made until we know how I respond to the
cocktail. Some people do have allergies. But, hoping that all is well,
I'll be back in the garden in May. In our climate, it is a big catch up.
We had a couple of small snowfalls and low temperatures to keep
everything sleeping except the winter advantage weeks. Our temperatures
have gone up some so I am now seeing all sorts of buds, especially
daffodil.



:) I was just doing my garden vent. I am glad that my cancer is one that
is readily cured so I can get back to normal life. That's a very
positive thing. Today, I am picking out potential pictures for my head.
If I can't have spring flowers in my vases, I'll have them on my head.
Here's an example.




ETN Zone 7 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com> 
To: gardenchat@hort.net 
Sent: Sunday, February 7, 2010 4:36:55 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern 
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Way OT /Cancer 

> 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. 

Bonnie, 

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 
again? 

Chris 

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