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Re: retirement

I have always dabbled with gardening.  I really wanted to major in 
agriculture and farm, but was told that I couldn't do that because I was a 
girl.  So I caught the first husband out of Mississippi, and there began a 
tale too long to go into. <HA> In the intervening years I have done what I 
could with plants.  Since retiring and moving to LaGrange I have had more 
time, and less interference, and have been able to devote nearly all my time 
left after cat care and volunteer duties with the local domestic abuse center 
and the Montessori school to my yard. :-)
zone 7
West TN

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