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Re: OT/unemployed

And we promise to take really good care of her here in Iowa if she and her husband do end up here...

Hills, IA  zone 5

Work for the Lord:  the pay isn't much but the retirement is out of this world!

 --- On Sun 09/25, Theresa < tchessie1@sbcglobal.net > wrote:
From: Theresa [mailto: tchessie1@sbcglobal.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 21:25:29 -0700
Subject: Re: [CHAT] OT/unemployed

Don't Panic Dave! We don't really know what we are doing still, just
<br>keeping all options open. John was laid-off the end of June (in the
<br>midst of my father's hospitalization and subsequent passing- what a
<br>lovely week that was :-( )<br>So, he's been job hunting since. If I
do end up having to move, before <br>I go you'll have to come visit me
with a truck to collect some plants <br>what won't survive where ever I
move too. Just think- I'm might go <br>somethere to have even more dirt
to play in! My husband asked how I <br>would feel leaving my garden
behind- I told him I'd be sad, but I'm <br>pretty much out of room to
plant anything else anyway (I've actually <br>been digging things out
and giving them away- since stuff have grown so <br>much) and besides
some things would go with me. But, of course I would <br>miss you
terribly, and I don't think I can take you with me....
:'(<br><br>Speaking of sharing plants- I want to give a friend one of my

<br>banana plants. But- I need directions, should I chop off the leaves
<br>before I dig it out of the ground? I assume I'll have to sever
<br>something that links it to the mother plant? Advice
please!<br><br>Theresa<br><br><br>David Franzman wrote:<br><br>> WHAT?
ARE YOU LEAVING ME THERESA???<br>><br>> Andrea, good luck on your move.
From grits to corn on the cob. <br>> Should be an interesting
adventure.<br>><br>> David<br>>


----- Original Message ----- From: "Pam Evans"
<gardenqueen@gmail.com><br>> To: <gardenchat@hort.net><br>> Sent:
Friday, September 23, 2005 8:40 PM<br>> Subject: Re: [CHAT]
OT/unemployed<br>><br>><br>>> Great news Theresa! Everything happens for
a reason remember.<br>>> I moved from Carlisle PA to Midland TX sight
unseen many years ago. <br>>> Culture<br>>> shock, certainly. Best thing
I ever did. Andrea, I am excited for <br>>> you. Will<br>>> be quite an
adventure. May you love your new home as much as I

do.<br>>><br>>> On 9/23/05, hodgesaa@earthlink.net
<hodgesaa@earthlink.net> wrote:<br>>><br>>>><br>>>> That's great news!
Let us know as soon as you hear. How do you feel <br>>>> about<br>>>>
moving from CA to IA?<br>>>><br>>>> Thanks everyone for the well wishes.
I am excited, and ready to get <br>>>> going.<br>>>> I've got tons of
packing to do, and I have 2 exams on Monday. So, study<br>>>> off<br>>>>
and on this weekend and pack, then pick up my sis from the airport
<br>>>> Monday,<br>>>> pack some more, load the truck on Wednesday, and
pull out Thursday<br>>>> morning.<br>>>> We should be there by late on
Friday. We're spending the night on <br>>>> Thursday<br>>>> in Jasper,
TN at the Acuff Country Inn. Jan (my sister) stayed there on<br>>>>
one<br>>>> of her trips and loved it. They were so nice about me having
3 large <br>>>> dogs.<br>>>> The lady I spoke with to make the
reservation said, "well, we will <br>>>> have to<br>>>> charge you a
deposit since you have such

big animals." She paused and<br>>>> said,<br>>>> "It will cost an extra
$15.00, $5.00 per dog." I had to cover my <br>>>> mouth so<br>>>>
I<br>>>> didn't laugh. I was expecting $50 to $75 extra! I told her that
<br>>>> would be<br>>>> fine. :-D<br>>>><br>>>> Andrea H<br>>>>
Beaufort, SC<br>>>><br>>>><br>>>> > [Original Message]<br>>>> > From:
Theresa <tchessie1@sbcglobal.net><br>>>> > To:
<gardenchat@hort.net><br>>>> > Date: 9/23/2005 11:22:44 PM<br>>>> >
Subject: Re: [CHAT] OT/unemployed<br>>>> ><br>>>> > Speaking of
unemployed- my husband had a great interview with the Des<br>>>> >
Moines people today (the prior contact was with the recruiter for
the<br>>>> > company). He is very excited- so we'll see what comes of
this.<br>>>> ><br>>>> > Theresa<br>>>> ><br>>>> > Theresa wrote:<br>>>>
><br>>>> > > Congrat Andrea!! I'm excited for you, and I have no doubt
you'll <br>>>> miss<br>>>> > > us all terribly and get the computer
plugged in pronto once you <br>>>> get > > to<br>>>>

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