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RE: Recovering.....

Mardi: Glad to hear you are content (okay, even mildly content) with
just letting nature take it's course, both in your garden and your own
healing process...abdominal surgery is the pits...been there, done that,
twice...ugh! When exactly is this plant sale...let me know and I'll be
there with my checkbook! LOL! I can't seem to pass up a good plant sale,
so I don't even try anymore. Thanks for your good wishes for my
son...judging from his return to a normal level of heck-raising activity
today, I'd say he's pretty much recovered. The little guy told me
tonight that his headache has finally gone away completely and based on
the fact that he is back to being a perpetual sound effects machine, I
guess he's feeling good.

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Thu 04/24,  < mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com > wrote:
From:  [mailto: mlrasmus@rockwellcollins.com]
To: mhobertm@excite.com
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 12:33:03 -0500
Subject: Recovering.....

Thanks so much for the offer, Melody. You are so considerate!<br>I'm
taking the gardenchat list advice to heart. Kitty and Auralie
both<br>reminded me that perennials will do just fine in the short term
on their<br>own. So things may not look exactly like I want them this
spring, but I'll<br>have to deal with it. We have a Master Gardener
plant sale at Kirkwood in<br>June, so hopefully I'll be able to be back
at it by then.<br>Our list is certainly wonderful. What a
family!<br>Hope your son is doing better after his
concussion.<br>Mardi<br><br><br>Mardi: Gosh...so sorry to hear about
your troubles...sincerely hoping<br>you are feeling better. What a
cruddy way to get time off work...You<br>know I don't live too far from
where you are...is there anything your<br>garden desperately needs doing
that I can give you a hand with?? You can<br>email me privately off list
if you want to set something up...Take care!<br><br><br>

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