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Re: Daylilies

The material seems endless at first, Kitty, but I have been doing a monthly 
newsletter for
my garden club for twelve or thirteen years, and I am definitely beginning to 
run out of
material.  This month I kept having good ideas, but when I ran a computer 
check I kept 
finding that I had done a nice piece on that topic a few years back.  I spend 
more time
finding a good topic than doing the research and writing.  And it does take 
time - at least 
three or four days to do a good four-page newsletter, and that includes a 
fair amount of
nonsense and jokes as well as horticultural info.  Maybe I'm slow and 
ignorant, but...

In a message dated 07/20/2004 10:58:49 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
There'd be something for every gardener.  And the material
is endless!

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