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Re: Chris's restaurant and Baby Plants

That's okay, Chris. I knew what you were talking about. I'm just too discombobulated to be very clever right now. Having a new puppy is like having a new baby -- a fact I failed to remember when I got Otis. He's doing really well, though -- no accidents yet. He went to the vet yesterday for his final puppy shots. He now weighs 25 pounds. According to the vet he will weigh about 50 pounds when he is full grown.

When walking around the yard this afternoon I checked on what I thought were baby miniature hostas. Well, they are not. They do appear to be baby toad lilies, which would thrill me no end. There are a lot of them. My calla lilies had dozens of babies this year. They came up in a clump, and I just recently spaced them around a large area. I still have so much to do. Everything is going crazy -- especially the Bermuda grass in the flower beds!
zone 7
West TN
----- Original Message ----- From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2005 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Chris's restaurant

That's ok David, you're an historian not a geographer. I have to confess
that I didn't understand the first one from Chris myself:
"Magyar-self a sandwich! ;)" But at least I knew it was a pun - whether I
got it or not!
Whatsa-matta-you? Eustonia-d?

Is Magyar a new name for one of those countries?
Magyar is a name for the language spoken in Hungary, as well as a name for
some of the people living there.

Chris (who apparently knows too much trivia)

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