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Re: tonights event/moving

I say if your idea of clean doesn't match that of Remax, then let them do it. I'm sure my idea of clean doesn't come near what anybody else would want. When I was looking around here for a house to buy, I was creeped out by the really clean ones. I chose the house that looked welcoming. But that's my wierdness speaking.
zone 7
West TN
----- Original Message ----- From: <hodgesaa@earthlink.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, August 11, 2005 7:46 PM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] tonights event/moving

No more debate Kitty. I've GOT to get out of here. I'm ready to through my
supervisor (and I use that term VERY loosely since I'm the one who trained
him) out a window, and overall I'm just sick of this place.

I must say however, getting the house ready to put on the market is a pain
in the patootie. I've been washing mini blinds tonight.........

I was informed that the house needs to be SPOTLESS when they come to take
pictures, and I'm sure my idea of spotless and Remax's idea are two
different things. I did flag down a fellow who does lawns in the middle of
the road as I checked the mail tonight and asked him to please come clean
mine this weekend. He was very nice and is going to do it for only $125.00.
Believe me, it's a good price for all the crap that needs to be done. He
did say he takes tips when I asked "That's all?!!" LOL! So, I'm now in a
cleaning frenzy, and of course you know how that is, the house looks worse
before it looks better. I've already started packing stuff up and I"m
thinking, where in the heck am I going to put all these boxes? Closet I
guess. Sigh. What a pain. I hate moving which is why I so rarely do it.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

[Original Message]
From: kmrsy@netzero.net <kmrsy@netzero.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Date: 8/11/2005 11:10:28 AM
Subject: RE: [CHAT] tonights event

Sounds like it's a GO! Andrea.  I thought you were still debating, but
definitely leaning west.


-- "hodgesaa@earthlink.net" <hodgesaa@earthlink.net> wrote:
Do I get to go with you to these events when I move up there? I'd gladly
travel to do so. They sound like such fun!

PS-the house is going on the market next week...........whoo hoo!

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

> [Original Message]
> From: Donna <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 8/10/2005 10:56:47 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] tonights event
> Once again the neighborhood nursery put on a wonderful event tonight. > Of
> course, it could have been a tad cooler out, but guessing they can not
> control everything.
> Besides the deals on plants, trees, shrubs, pottery, basically
> was at least 40% off, he once again added interesting decorations. It
> more of an outdoor cafi scene tonight. Used wrought iron fencing pieces
> separate rows of tables/chairs, yes again with the fancy linen
> with fresh flower bouquets on each table for 3/4 people. Of course he
> plants situated everywhere in interesting combinations. (I really > should
> take my camera to these events)
> The food was sandwiches, very fresh buns with choice or ham, turkey,
> cheese and lettuce tomatoes. Also had wraps with the same type meats > and
> other stuff in them (didn't try that). Of course there was the standard
> veggie trays- cheese, sausage, and chunks of meats. All deserts were
> homemade and there was a ton of them... and to wash it all down, choice
> pink lemonade, water, or 4 types of wine (yes, in real glasses again).
> The music was provided by a quartet of local high school students. They
> very good and I enjoyed listening to the violin music, been awhile
since I
> heard it live.
> It was an enjoyable evening and from what I learned, he only invited
> his customers and it was not a publicized event this time. Keep the
> down to a roar....although there were quite a few people there.
> be like a party tho, seems we all go to these events and are getting to
> each other better every year... wonder if it is the wine we are all
> around that makes us more friendly <lol>
> Didn't buy much for myself, but did pick up quite a few things for a > new
> at mothers. His stock is definitely going down for the season already.
> Donna
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