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Re: Hubby swears theres too many!

My spouse, Bunny Bob, is a Brooklyn expatriate (he likes to tell people he
got out when he reached the Age of Reason). Knows nothing about gardens and
is content to sit on the sidelines, or better yet, at the computer where he
can watch the garden from the inside out. He is also red-green colorblind.

But he understands that my sanity lies in the garden. He understands what
obsession is. He understands (sort of) why a person would pay $100 for a
hosta or $40 for A. sikokkianum. He doesn't quite understand why I bring
home rocks from the side of the road, or stuff from the recycling center
(garden art), but he accepts it.

And he is willing to live in a house that looks like the Beverly
Hillbillies before they struck oil.

What more can I ask?


At 10:11 AM 6/16/00 -0700, you wrote:
>Doesn't matter on the sex of the spouse a spouse is a spouse (or significant
>other).  Just remember Patience Patience and more Patience...  Some how
>she'll find something that you bring home that will set her on fire with the
>Another Box arrived - he just shook his head and walked away. When I start
>working on the garden this weekend he'll eventually come around and help
>(about the time I scream "CARL that is not a weed").
>On Fri, 16 Jun 2000 10:03:20 EDT, hosta-open@mallorn.com wrote:
>|  Hey, what about equal time for those of us whose wives don't understand
>|  love for gardening and hosta?
>|  Dave Drum
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