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Gardens Galore Series Number 4

  • Subject: Gardens Galore Series Number 4
  • From: LemkeIowa@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2004 15:39:32 EST

Photo ites,

I have today taken out series #3 of Gardens Galore and have entered series 
#4. Previously I had changed one day at a time.  Series #4 will run until 
January 16th or so when I will then present a new group.

On Monday, November 27 a message appeared on my computer desk top that I knew 
was coming.  It said that my Filemaker Pro data base was full with some 32 MB 
of information. It showed that there were some 6454 hostas listed.  So, I 
guess I am now on a sabbatical of one form or another. I hope I am motivated one 
way or another sometime after Christmas either to step aside and join the 
lurkers or get a new larger Filemaker Pro and get on with the task at hand.  I 
keep reminding myself---The idle mind is the devil's workshop.

Lemke's Data Bank

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