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Re: was Cyclamen / now Master Gardeners

> This blows my mind.  How can this be enjoyable?  I can not sit in my
> even thru I have a number of benchs placed about.  The joy is in the
>     Ceres


While I still take great pleasure in what I can do in the garden, and love
pulling weeds and planting seeds, 3 knee operations and 2 herniated disks
keep me from doing what I would really like to do. 

That does *not mean that I'll give it up as long as I can do something, but
I realize that some people can do even less than I can, and perhaps they
find the creativity enjoyable, even if they can't do the work themselves?


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