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Re: Fw: News from Georgene minus attachment

Thanks for sending that on.  We've all missed Georgene's contributions and
it's great to hear that she's doing ok.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Judy L Browning" <judybrowning@lewiston.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, January 03, 2004 3:19 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Fw: News from Georgene minus attachment

> For any interested, I'm forwarding a note from Cercis. If any want to read
> family newsletter, let me know & I'll send it on.
> Judy B
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Georgene Bramlage
> To: Judy L Browning
> Sent: Saturday, January 03, 2004 11:46 AM
> Subject: News from Georgene plus attachment
> 01/03
> Judy,
> The very best of the New Year to you and your family!  Thank you for
> me :+)
> E-mails from the group were coming so fast and furiously that I switched
> to the web page views...unfortunately, I couldn't keep up...I am lucky
when I
> keep up with my Suite101 stuff.
> Well, as you might remember from my web site letter, 2002 was a nasty one
> us...2003 also had some surprises in store for us, fortunately happy ones
> well as nasty ones.
> I do remember our jaunt in FL and as a matter of fact one of the
"students" -
> all adults - in one of my Community Service courses was going to FL in
> November.  She was interested in gardens (of course) so I made her a list
> which included the little town with the college where we had that
> boat ride.
> I still have a "gas plant" for you that is currently under snow.  It is
> not big, so should mail very easily as soon as the ground warms up.  Bill
> no longer able to do anything physical...but I am hanging on to this house
> yard even if nothing is ever completely finished or perfect :+)  As of
> his care is not too much for me and fortunately as he gets stronger, he
> on more and more of his own maintenance.
> I've attached our annual family "news" letter so you can read just what
> been up to and what I'm talking about...yes, you can share information.
It is
> nice to know that I'm remembered.
> Cheers for the New Year!
> Georgene
> Georgene Bramlage
> cercisleverett@earthlink.net
> Suite101.com Contributing Editor: Designing Home Landscapes
> Manager Garden Community of Interest Home Page
> Most recent article:Ireland's Oldest Garden - Part I & Part II
>   ----- Original Message -----
>   From: Judy L Browning
>   To: cercis@suite101.com
>   Sent: 12/26/2003 2:37:17 PM
>   Subject: contact
>   Hi Georgene,
>   I asked if anyone on the gardenchat list had heard from you & Marg let
> know you were manager for garden center on suite 101. Hope you & Bill
> well & happy. Happy holidays. Every now & then I think of meeting you in
> Orlando & the little boat tour we shared. We just lost Tony Veca to liver
> cancer and it makes me want to say hi to all my friends.
>   Best wishes,
>   Judy Browning
>   Leiston, Idaho
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