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RE: Back to my garden....

You are probably correct, but then he shouldn't ask my opinion on how to
make it look better....:)

Actually at this stage it was easy for him to move it... had it been
brought up later it would be a different story. It was only a piece of
liner and a ft deep hole. The soil there is not clay, so more like
moving sand, not rough digging. Once all the rocks and stuff are in
place, it would be a major situation.

He only had less than a hour before I got home, so it didn't take all
that long to do....

And no matter how much I complained, if he didn't want to do it- he


> You know, it's one thing for a significant other to say, "Dear, I
> I'd
> like the chair better over there."  And then the other significant
> moves it for her.  But "Dear, I'd really prefer the stream went like
> might not go over to well in some households.  John obviously cares a
> for you....or he knows whats good for him.  Probably both. ;+)
> Kitty

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