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RE: railroad issue

Boy - you sure have our strengths pegged! I would so love to get my
hands on my Dad's place with a dumpster parked outside. A real packrat.

Actually, though, I have short spurts of g**awful messes and then I have
to tidy them up. For quite awhile now I've had a couple of projects laid
out on the dining room table that I can't put away, they are long term.
I keep straightening the piles though so they don't look too bad. BTW -
I only eat there in winter. Spring though fall I eat in the Florida


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> Looked for it last night... can't say as I found it, but there is a real 
> mess here! Someday I will have to take a picture of my room... it is the 
> place everything gets stashed of importance and no one dares touch 
> anything there.... 
> Now if I can get you all over here to straighten it out.... Theresa can 
> assemble the shelves, Kitty can sort & pitch the garbage, Marge can 
> organize this mess of a e-box, Pam can get the weeding done in this heat 
> for me- cold for her, Jim can figure out what the heck those strange 
> things growing will turn out to be and decide if they should be yanked 
> or kept, Rich can finish the train off, yeah-- you got the idea :) I 
> was going to stay home this weekend, but something came up... so that's 
> not going to happen, and somehow this month's calendar has more things 
> on it than I can possibly do. 
> Donna 
> > Donna, 
> > The railroad garden article was in the May issue of TAG which had 
> > Echinacea on the cover. Let me know if you need it. 
> > Kitty 
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