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Re: soil types and pH


My girl is my one and only...I am not a grandmother as yet but looking
forward to the experience.  You are right...it is a great
disappointment...that was my girl's first car...she did the research,
bought and paid for it...really liked it and in a few seconds it is
history.  One of life's hard lessons but there will be harder.   Natasha
will probably find it a struggle to deal with unexpected expense even with
a scholarship.  We also started my girl driving on a permit to get to
school and activities...I think the more experience, the better but it puts
your heart in your throat the entire time they are on the road.    

Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN




> [Original Message]
> From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 09/07/2003 7:07:00 AM
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] soil types and pH
>
> Bonnie, we know the girls understand they are fortunate and a car is just
a 
> car but it still remains a disappointment. Natasha starting driving at 15
with 
> a school permit because they live on acreage outside of the city and
school 
> and she was in so many school activites.  She drove a used car and never
had an 
> accident or ticket.  She is so disappointed as her new car is still very
new 
> and she is making the payments while going to school.  That in its self
seemed 
> a load to me but she rcd scholarships for her college.
> My younger granddaughter Nadia will being driving on a school permit when
she 
> turns 15 in Dec. I try not to think of it.
>     Don't you find you worry as much or maybe more about your
grandchildren 
> as you do about your children.  Having lost a child myself I hope my
children 
> never experience that.
>     Ceres
>
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