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Re: Went to the Farms

I don't know how Donna does it either!  I am in about 10 groups.   And it is 
rough! This group was put together from all the d56 groups I am in,  people 
that I got to know from posting or have met at conventions.  They  are very open 
and giving. That is why they all post.  Actually, they are  all pretty 
special creative people.  Right now we are doing a virtual road  rally race though 
the country for 31 days, hence all the posts.  Just some  summer fun, before we 
start doing displays.
In a message dated 7/23/2005 11:13:28 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
kmrsy@netzero.net writes:

Sounds  like it will be successful and fun, Holli. And will probably slow
down to  "only" 2000/month once everyone settles in. I was wondering
about Donna  getting so much work done because she is on so many lists
and works a lot.  Marge is too, but she takes breaks from us; just pops
in when she feels  necessary.


-- Hollikft@aol.com wrote:
Well, I have  pushed off having company!  LOL  Sometimes I answer  emails at  
in the morning.  It really is a different kind of group, and  in  only a 
little over a month and a half  we had over 7,500  posts!  That  does not 
50-100 private emails from the  group which has to be read each  day.  
they send me an  email that's says "NO SUBECT" and to be  funny there indeed 
no  subject!  LOL

I am fortunate to have picked the greatest moderator  you could ever find,  
pretty much is running with a project for  me, and group just loves it.

Although I think Yahoo is wondering what  the heck we are doing!!   LOLOL


In  a message dated 7/23/2005 10:37:26 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,   
kmrsy@netzero.net writes:

Yes, saw  that and guessed.   How do you get so much work done when you have 
all  these messages to  read?


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