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Re: storm....
  • Subject: Re: storm....
  • From: TeichFauna@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2012 14:05:55 -0500 (EST)

Thanks for checking in, Ceres!!!  So good to hear from you.  So  very sorry 
to hear about your son, will keep positive thoughts and prayers  for a full 
recovery!  Sorry, too, about the drought, we can relate  here in 
Texas....although this year has been a bit better.  Do hope next  year, or 
winter/spring brings some relief, so you have a good show of plants for  the garden 
tours.  Look forward to hearing more about this, if you have  time.
Perhaps one year when you come to Houston, we can meet....even if it is for 
 a moment at the Quilt show!
That goes for anyone else coming down this way too.  
Again, thanks for checking in....miss hearing from you!
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 11/5/2012 9:30:05 AM Central Standard Time,  
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

Noreen,  I have read   the recent messages and glad to hear all is well 
those we have heard from.   It is hard to believe the storm  photos and 
hearing the residents plea for help.   Seems to be  another Katrina. 
Auralie, I 
am so sorry you are in the dark.    Hang on my friend and hope there is 
soon. We were recently without  power for 12 hrs and it was the longest 12 
hrs!   We have  underground utilies but with the only recent rain which 
much, water  got into the equipment under ground.   
I am  doing well but did not attend the Houston show this year as our 
son has  been in the hospital 
since Aug 28 and 31 days was in ICU.   He  had a successful surgery but 
were unable to take him off the vent due  to lung failure (ARDS).   He now 
has a trach but unable to  breath on his own.   I just had both my 
taken care of  a week apart.   It was painless and hopefully I will not 
corrective lenses as I paid the extra and got the best lens.   I  have mono 
vision lens, one for distance and one for close-up    which is the same as 
contacts were.
This has  been the most unbelievable year for gardening.   We had 90 
deg  weather in March, a big freeze in April, extreme drought which 
but a beautiful fall.   I have hopes for a better year next  season however 
they are saying to expect the lack of rain to  continue.   I have 3 large 
garden tours scheduled in  June.
So glad we have one day remaining till the  election.   Obama, Michelle 
and concert team will be in Des  Moines   East Village (just at the foot of 
the capital) this  evening.   My youngest GD, Nadia, now a kindergarten 
teacher,  lives in one of the historical lofts and the bleachers were being 
just below her windows. Her sister, Natasha who now lives, works and  
on her masters in Denver is so envious. 
Sorry this list is not what it was.   I am not a part of the social  
scene but am a member of Facebook with 2 friends only, no  more!   I am 
there for my spring greenhouse job which uses  for means of preseason 
information.   I spend to much time on  the computer as is. 
Best wishes to you all, Ceres  (Carolyn)

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