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RE: that time of the year

I am about to give up.  We have two dogs who are well behaved and don't do
damage to my gardens.  But, my husband likes to walk our dogs and
neighbor's dogs.  One of them is especially destructive.  This morning he
dug up some of my thyme just as one example of lots of garden destruction. 
My husband who is 70 and has some short term memory loss just says that the
dogs don't mean to.  I'm ready to scream.  Thanks for letting me vent.

> [Original Message]
> From: <Aplfgcnys@aol.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 3/18/2009 12:30:16 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] that time of the year
> A pair of handsome Mallard drakes have been having an epic battle
> in our small pond for the past three hours.  It's hard to tell who's
> chasing whom, but they have been chasing each other around and
> around from one end of the pond to the other.  The hen sits quietly
> looking pretty smug.  I guess beauty is really in the eye of the
> beholder, since she looks pretty drab to me in comparison with the
> two suitors. I'd think they would be pretty tired by now, but they
> are persistent.  Ah, spring!
> Auralie
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