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RE: community_garden people

  • Subject: RE: [cg] community_garden people
  • From: KarenWagner KarenWagner@ctuir.com
  • Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 08:51:24 -0800

Title: Message
Steve, another seed sown and growing steadily toward the lengthening light of new days!  I, too, have been mightily heartened by all the CG roots entertwining throughout the country.  On our conservative community and oft-times disenfranchised Reservation, your words shine needed sunlight.   Celebrate the quickening,  and thanks all!
Karen Wagner
Pendleton Farmers' Market and
Tribal Community Garden
-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Smoot [mailto:steveshome@juno.com]
Sent: Thursday, March 20, 2003 3:44 PM
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
Subject: [cg] community_garden people

You guys are so cool. Reading thru today's posts left me with tears in my eyes.
Adam always. . . always. . . so involved and helpful.
Paco Verin seems to be such a gentle light.
Danielle looks for someone to share what she has gathered.
Ellen demonstrates her strength, gives words of praise, encouragement, and welcome. (And, yes, welcome Jason and Kim!)
Sharon - if your garden grows in any way like the help you provide - it is indeed bountiful.
Dawn emerges reaching for the beauty and peace that we all need to strive for everyday.
Thank you for allowing me to realize once again that human warmth,  understanding, and compassion shall be found in a garden.
Spokane Farmers' Market
& HighBridge Gardens

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