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Re: Gosh I miss you guys


Congrats Melody. Your garden should be a pleasure and a refuge, don't be guilted by it. Do what you can when you have time. Look past the chaos to see the beauty that is still there.

Kitty
neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message -----
Dang but I wish I had more time...to spend here with you guys. I really miss
all of you and your advice, your support, your friendships. Can't believe
how fast my time is going by. Next week I graduate from my first
2 years in the lay ministry program and the following week I start the next
portion of training...the Parish Life Administrator certification.
My kids started back to school two weeks ago. Meghan is now in high school,
9th grade. Mark is in junior high, 7th grade. And Morgan is now in 5th
grade...since Mark and Meg ride the school bus now to and from school,
Morgan gets to have Dad to herself for an hour in the mornings and Mom to
herself for an hour in the afternoons...something she hasn't had since
before she started kindergarten! She is over the moon! So am I to tell the
truth...I like having some time with at least one of my kids alone...


okay, so I do really have a question for you all...my gardens are such a
mess...weeds everywhere and totally overgrown...do I just give up and let it
finish out it's year without trying to straighten it around or do I try and
eek out some time to do some serious serious work...we're talking several
days of it...what are the risks vs. benefits of doing one over the other?
Help!!! It's gotten to the point that even just walking through the gardens
brings me little enjoyment because I just haven't been able to take care of
them this year like I should have...it's pathetic...


Melody
Hills, IA zone 5

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

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