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Re: Daylilies>G columns

Kitty, I'm sure with your impressive store of knowledge and experience you 
will be great
at doing this.  I was just feeling a bit wearied after finishing this month's 
newsletter.  I may
have done this too long - I usually enjoy it, but after 13 years it is 
beginning to be a bit of a drag when there are a lot of other things going on in my 
life and there is a deadline to meet.
I didn't realy mean to be discouraging.  Go for it!

In a message dated 07/21/2004 11:22:24 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:
Auralie and others,
I didn't mean that I thought a newsletter would be easy.  The one I did for
5 yrs did repeat some items, simply because they needed to be repeated.  I'm
sure that finding appropriate material would get more difficult as time went
on for a newsletter.

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