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Re: OT:No Mail?

> Guess everyone is finishing
> their Christmas shopping!

Or finishing planting the last potted iris stragglers.  You 
know those held back for the new bed, a few late arrivals, 
some being released from iris ICU and those inevitable 
potted scraps left from digging clumps earlier.  A 70F day 
to plant after working on finishing the bed in cooler 
weather sure was nice!  Texas can be unbearable in the 
summer months, but our winters have a lot of nice days 
interspersed with other cooler days.

Donald Eaves
Texas Zone 7b, USA - working the 9-5 on another pretty day 
outside while I'm inside.  Drat!  

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