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Re: Hi

Good to hear from you David.
One look at the pictures of your gorgeous hibs & I knew you would be busy. 6
markets a week is a lot. I helped my friend with her cut flowers a couple
times this summer & wondered how she managed Saturday market. Hope you are
making enough money to compensate for the long hours. I'll look forward to
your comments here once in a while now that things have eased up a bit.
Judy B
From: "David Franzman" <dfranzma@pacbell.net>

> Uh, Hello!
> It's been a long time since I've seen ya'll.  I hope everybody has
> weathered the storms, terrorist alerts and other natural disasters.
> I wanted to thank everybody for all the nice messages, cards etc. that
> you sent after my sisters accident.  It meant a lot to my family and
> especially to me.  It is comforting to know I have friends all over the
> country.  Thank you very much.
> My season for selling hibiscus is just about over.  It has been a very
> good year.  I was doing six markets a week since May.  Waking up a
> 3:30am and not getting home sometimes until 5pm.  I barely had time to
> answer customer emails let alone family and friends.  Now it's time to
> plan for next year and in fact I have 2,500 cuttings to pot up in Oct.
> However, I plan on mixing in a few fishing trips along the way.
> It's been an interesting trip.  I've given talks at garden clubs, been
> on the radio and may appear on MSNBC this week.  We'll see how that pans
> out.  More than likely I'll end up on the cutting room floor.  My next
> event isn't until Feb. where I'll be with a gardening celebrity for a
> benefit/gardening show.  Then it's on to the San Francisco Flower and
> Garden Show in March.  Pretty busy for a self designated "Type B"
> personality.
> Ok, once again I want to thank you all.  You're a wonderful group of
> DF

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