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Re: Jim: recipe

Sounds great to me!  If Barnes & Noble can include a Starbucks
why couldn't a nursery include a health-food store.  You could
feature all sorts of dishes made with locally-grown foods.

In a message dated 07/13/2005 10:12:43 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
lindsey@mallorn.com writes:
What I'd really like to do is open a combination nursery/restaurant.  I
know it sounds weird, but...  

Imagine a bakery/cafe attached to a nursery.  You could shop for plants and
get snacks, eat in the display gardens...  Stop by on the way home for
a loaf of bread and a new Heuchera.  ;)  

I've been having problems at work and am so close to quitting.  Maybe this
is the time to seriously consider it.

Of course, I have no knowledge about running a nursery or a restaurant!


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