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Re: OT-HUMOR: Snow covered iris beds.....sigh....

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

>I was out in my gardens doing cleanup today and thinking how awful they 
looked at this time of year.  A few hours later it started to snow (our 
first of the season) 

I wonder if Janet N. has had snow in her garden. I keep thinking that if 
it snows she won't be able to see DASHING through the snow, if her iris 
opens late, (o'er the fields she'll go, Laughing all the way...........) 
Think I'll just sign this one....

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