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Martha L Rasmussen is out of the office

Thanks to all for the comments, and sorry about the auto-message.  I was
out for six weeks, and am back to work half-days now - went in for a
routine colonoscopy, they punched a hole in it, and I ended up having major
surgery to repair the damage.

Spring came while I wasn't looking.  All my beds are still under their
winter mulch, with the bleeding hearts, goats beard, and iris valiantly
struggling through.  I had major plans for dividing daylillies and bed
reconstruction by now.  I am cleared for raking next week, and limited
shoveling the following.  I still have about 100 of our messages to catch
up with, and am enjoying reading about spring finally arriving.  Good to be
Iowa z4b

>Well, all I can say is "I wish I were out of the office for the next 2
>weeks." On second thought, maybe we should contact Diane Porter and Bret
>Niles and find out how they like their vegetables cooked!

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