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Re: Working in the yard.

Had a pretty good day myself!  Sun came out about noon, temp. about 50, no
wind!  Planted a few new peonies, cursed the leaves, gathered up some pots
closer to the house for easier watering, cursed the leaves again, cut back a
few perenials while cursing the leaves on the ground, planted some stuff
temporarily in their pots in the ground for permanent placement next spring
, looked up and saw there were quite a few leaves still left in the tress,
and cursed some more!
Yes, it was a nice afternoon!


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