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Re: Fall greetings
  • Subject: Re: Fall greetings
  • From: Pam Evans <gardenqueen@gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 16:54:29 -0600

Good advice Jim.  Glad all is well Melody!

On Fri, Nov 19, 2010 at 4:49 PM, james singer <inlandjim1@q.com> wrote:

> Hi Melody. Good to hear. Glad all the Ms seem to be surviving and thriving.
> I applaud, but don't envy, Meghan. College was a tough row for me with kids
> and wife despite the GI Bill... took almost 7 years to finish 4, but it was
> worth it. Tell her to aim high and keep going; perseverance counts.
> On Nov 19, 2010, at 11:06 AM, mhobertmellecker@gmail.com wrote:
> Dear all: It has been a while since I had time to pop in and say hello!
>> Hope all of you are doing well. The weather here in central Iowa is
>> getting
>> colder...we had a lovely real autumn this year...it got cooler when it was
>> supposed to and stayed that way for many, many weeks before the onset of
>> winter. But all good things must end, and we are now preparing for the
>> cold
>> to come and stay. I think we have had several atypically cold, wet falls
>> for the past few years so this was a nice return to how it should be. I
>> actually have found some spare time this year and most of the gardens are
>> in pretty good shape for spring...as Meghan steps further into adulthood
>> and independent parenting of Sophia, my time becomes a little more mine
>> again. Can you believe Sophie turned 3 last week? Meghan is now a freshman
>> in college, working 2 jobs and overall for an 18 year old mother, she is
>> doing well. My son Mark is now a junior in high school and busy with
>> debate, government club, Boy Scouts (looking towards his Eagle Scout
>> project in the spring) and at 6' doesn't seem to be slowing down with his
>> growing anytime soon...the boy is eating us out of house and home. Our
>> youngest Morgan is a freshman in high school now and an awesome student;
>> she is by far the sassiest and most independent of my children, but I just
>> keep telling my husband that it is not easy raising an independent, strong
>> woman who will not be a door mat for the rest of the world...she is just
>> practicing on us, first. LOL! Hope we all survive! I do manage to pop in
>> and read the emails from the list about once or twice a week and of
>> course,
>> those of you who are on facebook it is easier to keep up with. I really
>> miss being a more active part of the list but really feel like I'm making
>> my way back here as time becomes more available for me. Take care and have
>> a wonderful Thanksgiving...blessings to you all. Melody
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX
zone 8A

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