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Re: RE: Helleborus foetiditus< now moving north, now weather

Add me to the list of folks that should be living in the south.... At
one time in my life, was in Arizona... it was 130 degrees in the
shade... I thought it was nice out that day :)

What I do notice is the older I get, the change of seasons seems to take
it's tole on the old bones... and getting those spring muscles back to
working takes more than a weekend :(


> Amen to that...In the summer, I adapt to the heat like a lizard...just put
> me on a warm rock...the cold seems to seep into my bones and inner core...I
> have a hard time staying warm in winter...if I go to bed cold, I stay cold,
> even with a down comforter.  > Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN
> holmesbm@usit.net

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