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Re: OT-Bio Patricia Dietrich

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: OT-Bio Patricia Dietrich
  • From: Tammy King <tlking@ap.net>
  • Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 19:30:27 -0600 (MDT)

Hi Patricia!! Welcome to the list...I'm pretty new here too, but am finding
it very useful and friendly. 

I jumped right in with both feet, which in some cases, one might land in my
mouth, but I don't care...life would be boring if everything were perfect,

Don't fear the computer...they're easy! As my sis always tells me "Help is
your friend"...LOL...

I look forward to hearing about all those iris you have!! I'm a bid of a
newbie iris addict who's thinking of forming a group :)


Tammy King
Zone 9/Ca....where the sun was shining today and temps were WARM! (finally)

At 05:30 PM 5/18/98 -0600, you wrote:
>Hello all, my name is Pat Dietrich and I have been growing iris for about
>18 years now but am new at this computer stuff and still intimidated by it.
> I am so intimidated that another lister is writing this for me while I am
>outside picking iris!  No telling what I might say!  :)  Glenn and Linda
>had to drive 60 miles today so that Glenn could download 357 iris-l
>messages for me because I haven't done it since subscribing to the iris
>list.  :)  All kidding aside, say hello to Pat and encourage her to
>participate in the discussions.  Pat has been growing iris nearly half her
>life and knows most of them by sight.  Whenever Linda and I need something
>identified we call on Pat, if she doesn't know it then most likely no one
>else in this area will.  Also, no kidding, Pat and Linda went outside to
>pick iris while I stayed inside to writer her Bio!  Trusting, huh! 
>I am a member of the Iris Society of the Ozarks along with Babara Johnson
>and Glenn and Linda Simmons, also listers.  I have somewhere in the area of
>700 to 800 iris varieties many of them historic.  
>Patricia Dietrich
>Cabool, Missouri  Zone 6

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