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Re: now Pam drought

I know exactly how you feel, Pam.  We have been through a couple of 
droughts in the past five years.  It really hurts me to see things die and
I can't do anything about it.  I tell myself that will make room for new 
plants next year.  I know, that isn't a good answer, but it's the best I
can do - and I have really found a few good new things.

 In a message dated 11/09/2005 8:19:15 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:
No they haven't restricted use and I'm astounded. Paying another 170 dollar
bill tomorrow. Ugh. I've lost a bunch of things and praying the big stuff
survives. I noticed about 4 or 5 big trees in the neighborhood appear to be
dead. Too bad, two of them were very old and lovely. Thanks for prayers and
good wishes. We need it.

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