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Re: Oyster (not about hostas)

I know how you feel.  I can remember the time durning my days in the 
classroom when I wanted to back some parents into a corner and keep them 
there until they got the message.  When I reach that state it is best that I 
go out to the quite of the garden and take time to appreciate the things that 
God gave us. 

 At times when I am culling what I consider poor examples of what hostas 
should be, I wonder at God's endurance in not culling mankind.
Hope that tomorrow will be betterfor you,
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