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RE: trimmer/edgers/pole saws

Well all I have is big jobs! Our season is so short here compared to yours,
everything is an immediate need. And if the weather is not working with my
scheduled time off... it really creates havoc here!


> Sounds kind of compulsive, I know. But it's the only way I can keep
> track of what needs to be done, when, and spread out the big jobs so I
> don't kill myself with a pile of jobs that absolutely have to be done
> NOW. Long time ago I gave up the conceit that I could remember from one
> day to the next weekly, monthly, or seasonal fertilizing schedules--or
> anything else :)
> On May 29, 2005, at 10:18 PM, Donna wrote:
> > Check your calendar!?!?.. Sheesh, I walk outside, if the weather is
> > cooperating, I look around and decided what I am going to tackle today!
> >
> > Donna

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