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Re: Today in the garden....NOT

Isn't that the TRUTH!!  Geesh!   I belong to a ladies Bunco  group....every 
month we get together at someone else's house.  My month  used to be July, got 
out of that one as soon as I could, now it is  October.  Perfect for fall 
cleaning after the summer, and since we always  have had a Halloween haunted house 
for the trick-or-treaters, it killed two  birds with one stone.....it's a 
Halloween Haunted Bunco.  We also belong to  a couples group...so we host that in 
October too.  LOL   At least  it gets me a head start on preparing and 
cleaning up for the holidays then after  that......otherwise, I think we'd just have 
to have everything out in the  garden.  LOL  Bad thing is, if we get a freeze 
over the holidays  (Xmas) then the house becomes a make-shift greenhouse, and 
there is literally no  room to even move.  So we are hoping that the freezes 
(if they must come)  happen AFTER the holidays.
Noreen  <-----likes cleaning up the yard better than the house  anyday.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast 
In a message dated 10/1/2006 8:47:09 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

On to  cleaning the house! Amazing how dirty it gets over the summer  LOL...

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