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Re: RE: holiday decorating


I have a full basement here, and one section is all shelving for storing
stuff... the outdoor stuff is all in the garage on shelves above the
overhead door.. we have 9 ft ceilings here (why, cause it was standard
when house was built?!?).. so a bunch of room up there...


Donna

----- Original Message -----
From: kmrsy@comcast.net
Sent: 10/14/2003 10:21:23 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] holiday decorating

> Donna, 

> That is amazing!  Where do you store all that and the outdoor stuff, too? In amongst the hubcap collection?

> Kitty

> > Well as long as those 'boys' are taken care of... glad they don't forget

> > you for the holidays either...

> > 

> > Well since we are on the holiday times, a friend has a few pictures of

> > my village on the net....It has expanded since then....

> > 

> > http://dtlima.com/Donna.htm

> > 

> > Donna

> > 

> > > 

> > > Their presents usually fit in their stockings - they are BIG

> > stockings.

> > > The items they get me are usually bigger (they all pitch in)

> > > Anyway, the presents can still go under the table the tree used to sit

> > on

> > > -

> > > same as b4, but without the tree.

> > > Kitty

> > 

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