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Re: Money-Makin' Time!

In a message dated 04/14/2004 11:23:35 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

> As for my own sale, I usually pull in about $700, maybe more
> this year - we'll see.  I don't know how much I spend on soil, pots, and
> fertilizer, but I'm sure a few $ go back in my pocket.  And people do bring
> the pots back, so I only have to buy one certain size.  It may not make me a
> lot of money but it beats lugging 500 pots over to CES for the MG sale.
> And, call me crazy, I do have fun doing it.

Having fun doing it is the most important part.  I can tell you love it, and 
surely your community loves you for it.  Still wish we had someone like you 
around here.

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