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RE: Re: nursery interview apparel

Pam, us (ok, me) northern gardeners get sore every spring.... we sit and
do none strenuous stuff while we are cooped up inside... then the first
nice day and we try to clean up the entire yard-- yep, sore muscles
here... happens every year!


> Kitty - you do so much of your own 'grunt work' at your place, what
> would be different? I'm sure they aren't going to expect you to leap
> tall buildings on a single bound the first day, right?? Imagine the
> first week you'll be sore, but I bet you'll pick right up on it unless
> miss my guess!

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