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Re: A Third Option?

In a message dated 12/4/99 8:25:35 AM Eastern Standard Time, eoneill@ibm.net 

<< OK, OK, I'm also a little bit of a collector.  :-0   But it's something I
 fight every day in my life, so I have to come up with good excuses if I am
 to continue denying my vice.
 Gerry >>

Gerry, I am a collector too.  Started collecting old stuff when I was a kid.  
Still am into  collecting old stuff, but I have found that none of my 
collections give me the pleasure that hosta collecting does, the plants are 
so dynamic, just observing to see what they will do is so fulfilling.  Try 
observing an expensive piece of glass, it can get boring.  Plus you get the 
added benefit of zen meditation as you weed.  :) :) :) :).

Mary's stuff should do well at your house, she has some awesome stuff.

Take care,
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