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Re: How do you play Marbles??

Kris Groberg wrote:
> Hey, Anne--what's on your wish list hosta-wise this spring? I say
> "spring" tongue-in-cheek of course because it is many below zero today
> here on the Great Plains. But one can dream, no? I havedn't tried the
> marbles game--am learning a new job (may lose all my marbles there,
> though). As ever, Kris

I'm just wishing for spring these days, not even thinking much beyond
that. My leftover from last year list still includes Spilt Milk and
Spinach Patch.

We have had over a foot of snow here on the ground for over a month and
half now, which is really unusual for us. We get snow but we get thaws
too, and this year the January thaw lasted about two hours.

229 DeBartolo
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556 
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