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Re: Phoenix and lists


Hi Narda,

I have had great success with the metal markers a lot a catalogs sell for
about .25 each when you buy a quantity. If your unsure of my description let
me know. I then use a "Dymo hobbyist 1895" tape writer using 1/4" black
tape. Some of my labels go back to 1993 and show no signs of failing. For
short term periods of a year or so, try using the mini blind slats with a
"Sharpie industrial " pen,  item no.13601.

Hank Zumach
Stoddard, WI
zone 4
----- Original Message -----
From: <NardaA@aol.com>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Thursday, December 30, 1999 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: Phoenix and lists


> In a message dated 12/30/99 11:48:14 PM Eastern Standard Time,
> Cidjohnson@aol.com writes:
>
> << Oh boy, do I need
>  that theraputic time of diggin in the dirt, or what??
>   >>
> Cindy, the biggest problem with the markers is that the permanent marker
that
> I formerly used would just disappear.  Now I do try to use two different
> types of markers and if I can I try to bury a tag in the hole so if worst
> comes to worst then I can dig it up to see what it is.
>
> Left brained people tend to be very organized, sequential and logical in
> their thinking, my husband is one of those.  Although logical, sometimes
no
> common sense.  He just put our projected finances on a spread sheet month
by
> month for the year 2000.  He always does this every year.  Takes a whole
day
> when he could be doing laundry, dusting, vacuuming or getting rid of the
> Christmas spirt in this house.
>
> I just pray that my children will be more whole brained, although with the
> oldest it doesn't look like it is going to happen, you know the apple
doesn't
> fall far from the tree.
>
> All three of them encourage me in my gardening, but they still see hostas
as
> boring plants, green or green with a white edge.
>
> Narda
>
> As to diggin in the dirt, I am finding that growing hosta seeds is very
> interesting.  And if it is fifty degrees here tomorrow as predicted I will
be
> diggin in the dirt.
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