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Re: much too much mulch

    Been a lot of years since I worked in oils. I not longer own an oil
painting of my own.. all have long been gone. I do have one my larger ink
works on the wall above my desk. Kind of gave up my drawing and painting for
photography, gardening and writing... also owning a nursery. One can only do
so many things in life at any one time. Too much or too many and all suffers
in quality.
    A Texas sunrise, steak and eggs for breakfast.... what more could one
ask in life..... sigh. Nice memories of your state.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
> They haven't changed. I stay out way too late some evenings just
> watching the twilight come and the colors change. Did it last night
> matter of fact.
> Would love to see your artwork too!  Such a multi-talented feller you are!
> Pam

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