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Re: What a thrill!!!

At 02:17 PM 12/10/1999 EST, you wrote:
>Hi everyone!
>   I was visiting the local Home Depot to catch up on a little Christmas 
>shopping this afternoon when what to my wondering eyes should appear but a 
>copy of "Flower Gardens" magazine ... not just any issue, mind you, but the 
>very issue containing pictures of my little garden taken this past June!!  I 
>can't tell you how difficult it was not to show the pictures to customers
>employees alike ... but I did manage to control myself until I got home!!!
>   "Flower Gardens" magazine is an annual special interest publication and
>available at Home Depot and Lowes ... and other places, I guess.  So, if you 
>happen to pass through one of these places during the next month or so, take 
>a quick look. The article is easy to find --- it's right in the center of
>Sandie Markland 
>Lorton, Virginia 
>Zone 7 
Congrats Sandie!!
I will look for it tomarrow
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