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Re: my gardening season

  • Subject: Re: my gardening season
  • From: Cornergar@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jun 2009 17:36:42 EDT

In the grand scheme of things...how important is vacuuming??  Just a  
thought. Kathy
In a message dated 6/27/2009 9:02:53 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

I know  I'm not in terrible shape, but things have been getting away from 
I've  been working some Saturdays and overtime during the week plus trying 
get the MG plant sale set up.  When I do find some time to do  anything it 
usually spent "putting out fires" - something is in  desparate need of 
or something is being eaten, or some hostas in my  hosta bed are burning 
the 960 heat that appeared out of  nowhere.  This hosta bed had always had 
perfect exposure, but when we  had those storms in Dec, I lost a lot of 
from that tree and the  hosta bed is now in full sun.  I haven't had time 
space to move  them so I've positioned umbrellas over them until I can get 
it.  I  don't even remember when I last vaccuumed.

neIN, Zone  5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jesse Bell"  <justjess01@gmail.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent:  Friday, June 26, 2009 8:33 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] my gardening  season

> Gardening Fairy strikes again.  How kind of your  neighbor.  And very
> thoughtful.
> I know exactly how you  feel.  Last night I was so overwhelmed. I am so
> BEHIND in  everything right now. April and May it RAINED (23 days of rain)
> Almost  every single weekend for the last two months have been consumed 
>  with
> family funerals, travel or family in the hospital.  Weekends  are the ONLY
> time I have to get caught up.  My gardens look like  h*ll.  I don't even 
> want
> to go HOME right now cause I  get so fed up and frustrated.  If I could 
> find
> somebody  to help me do the deep cleaning - I can spend my time putting
> things  away and putting stuff back in place.  Even my bedroom - which I
>  normally keep so clean, is cluttered with boxes from my sister's
>  house...photos, momentos, junk - that my mother gave me to sort through. 
> I
> haven't even had time to do that.
> On Fri,  Jun 26, 2009 at 5:13 AM, Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>  wrote:
>> This year, knowing that I had no time for gardening  due to scheduled
>> surgeries
>> of my mother, I decided not  to do any new plantings or annuals this 
>> season.
>>  Figured I would work on some restructuring and attempt to get the  weeds
>> under
>> control instead of spending the little  time trying to keep things 
>> etc.
>> So  what happened.....
>> I haven't water yet, nor would I  have had too.  We got over 8 inches in
>> June
>> and  the month isn't over.  This is the first week of hot weather. I  was
>> right
>> about not having time, cause every day I had  free was raining so the
>> restructuring isn't working either.   Mothers surgery has been postponed 
>> so
>> many times, not  sure when it will happen.  (was to be next Tuesday, but 
>>  now
>> monday she is going for cardiac thing  instead)
>> For those that made it this far in the  message, my house must look bare.
>>  My
>>  non-gardening neighbor who I am not social with dropped off a flat  of
>> annuals
>> last night.  Claims he was at the  farmers market and a friend gave it to
>> him
>> and figured  I could use them.
>> Place must be looking bare is all I  can think of....LOL!
>> Donna
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