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Re: This and that

My 3 boys opted to stay in with me last night because of all the
constant noise outside. Seamus' rumbling purr next to my ear in bed
nearly drove me nuts, but then he eventually went elsewhere to sleep.
About 3 am though, he insisted on going out, which by then, seemed like
it would be safe.

I just had 3 bedrooms and hallway changed over from carpet to laminate.
Looks good. Now I have to grab all 3 cats and clip those claws. The
clack-clack on the floor last night made it hard to sleep.

neIN, Zone 5

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Pam Evans" <gardenqueen@gmail.com>
> Hi Chris!   Glad you're ahead of the curve and that you are getting some
> help!   Not fun about finding DOA critters.  Thank goodness Little Bit is
> strictly an indoor cat.  Dry here too.  And I can hear bangs and booms and
> pops all around me.  Called the cops and they say they are looking into it,
> uh huh.  We'll see.  At least I watered everything that wouldn't run away
> from me today.  Didn't have enough pressure to spray down the roof.  Hope
> that won't become an issue.
> On 7/4/08, Chris <chrispn@optonline.net> wrote:
> >
> > Birthday wishes to all!
> >
> > I've been spending part of each day weeding and pruning. Since my knee
> > surgery, I still have trouble getting up from the ground, but I scoot along
> > on my fanny anyway edging and pulling weeds as far as I can reach. My only
> > other method is bending at the waist and that's not gentle on the back!  My
> > PT says that I'm ahead of the curve for healing from my surgery. I'm really
> > pleased about that as I have a hort group coming on the 15th.
> >
> > I have gotten some garden help.  My niece and nephew decided that a little
> > extra cash is a good thing! My niece is a better weeder. She's faster and
> > more attuned to the little things. I don't have to instruct her about how
> > to
> > spread mulch. I think I've talked to her more today (her first day) than in
> > her whole lifetime (She's 23)!
> >
> > She quickly learned to ID the baby poison ivy plants! Good thing, because
> > they are coming up everywhere in the garden!
> >
> > We have been kind of dry in the past couple of weeks.  Thunderstorms
> > threaten and then peter out or leave a 1/4" of rain. There are many areas
> > in
> > the garden where I have to hand water.  I really dislike dragging a hose
> > around. I had the irrigation guy give me an estimate on fixing our system
> > so
> > that it actually waters the beds!  Some of the heads are hidden under giant
> > hostas or are blocked by tall plants, etc. Well, the price was more than I
> > expected, but it has to get done!  I'm just too old to be worrying about
> > hand watering!  We'll see...
> >
> > Daylilies are heading for peak bloom. Liliums are putting on a show!  Some
> > of the lilies didn't make it to curtain time as they were chopped off by
> > the
> > critters. Some with blooms are cut about a foot up the stem.  I'm glad that
> > I have planted a lot of lilies so that I still have some bloom to enjoy!
> >
> > The cats have been bringing chipmunks and baby rabbits home. Sometimes
> > alive
> > and sometimes DOA. I try to rescue those that I can!  The strangest thing
> > was finding a dead chipmunk in a basket on an end table one morning! He was
> > still warm thank goodness (dead chipmunks are not pretty after a day or
> > two). Don't know how he got there!
> >
> > Chris Petersen
> > Northport, Long Island, New York
> > Zone 7a (Average min temp 50 - 00)
> >
> > chris@widom-assoc.com
> > My garden: http://www.chrispnpt.shutterfly.com
> >
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> -- 
> Pam Evans
> Kemp TX
> zone 8A
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