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Re: Re: Happy Birthday

I hear you...if ten years ago I could have looked forward and seen how
incredibly busy our lives would get, I'm sure I would have gone smaller,
not bigger.  Haven't had much time the past couple of years for keeping up
with all the beds and you can sure see it...BUT...now with all the kids
finally moved out and semi-independent, maybe more free time will translate
into more time in the gardens...we'll see.  Its been awesome seeing
everyone's posts...


On Tue, Aug 5, 2014 at 10:13 AM, Christopher P. Lindsey <
1002@rewrite.hort.net> wrote:

> > Judy, I agree with you regarding the feeling of a chore. My love of
> > gardening is just not the same.
> I've felt the same way, lately.  For me I think it's different reasons,
> though.
> Life has been so hectic and everything else is a priority instead.  It's
> depressing to see the garden in this state, but I can't really do anything
> about it.  I also can't afford to buy new plants now either, so if I
> do anything it will just be to maintain the current plantings.
> There's also the community aspect.  When I worked in the garden I
> looked forward to talking to everyone online about what I was
> growing, etc.  Now that sense of community is diminished, so it's
> a more lonely endeavor.
> I would *love* to be able to spend time gardening again.
> Chris
> P.S.  It's good to see these emails flowing again!  :D
> P.P.S.  Happy belated birthday, Auralie!
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