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Re: head count

Hi all-

I also post on a semi-regular basis- sometime about garden stuff, and 
sometime about ripping out/remodeling bathrooms etcs.  Anyway-  I look 
forward to checking email from this group- and I agree- I too feel like 
I have extended family thoughout the US- and all who love gardening!!  
My goals in life are to someday move to a 5 acre (or more) plot of land, 
so that I can have my own little forest and LOTS more dirt to play in! 
(and then I need to win the lottery so I don't have to go to work 
anymore and afford all the plants and rocks, etc that I would want to 
buy).  I do enjoy being in California for now, since I can garden almost 
12 months per year- and I'm a flower, shrub, perennial, and veggie 
gardener.  Unlike to professionally landscapes houses around me- I am a 
collector.  There are very few plants that I have more than one of- and 
I'm happy with that.  Currently, I'm trying to hunt down a Kerria 
locally, but think I'm going to have to cave and order online.  My 
husband and I have lived in out home for  5 years now (he is not a 
gardener- to the yard is all mine : )  - and I've ripped out half of the 
front yard and added more garden space- which is now pretty full.  I 
keep re-arranging things and am at the point that unless I love a plant, 
it is likely to get replaced.  I do donate the removed items to friends 
who are just starting gardening- so I guess it is plant recycling!
I have had the pleasure of meeting in person, only one list member, but 
hopefully will eventually get to see more of you ( when are we doing 
that caravan thing...)

Oh- I am apparently one of the younger members of this group (although I 
haven't felt like this lately- I can't believe I'll be 40 in a couple 
years???  Bizarre, since half the time I feel like I'm still an 
adolescent..  And I am a Cinco de Mayo baby!  And Thanks from me also 
Chris- for saving us from losing each other in cyberspace!

Sacramento, CA  zone 8ish-9ish

kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:

>Well, I'm still here, count me in. I read and post (too?) frequently and
>enjoy this list immensely. I'm a MG and have been gardening since 1990.
>I've benefitted greatly from the generous people on this list and bow to
>our benefactor, Chris Lindsey.
>As to posting after a thread has seemingly run its course - that's not a
>problem. Marge posted the answer to Donna's Clematis problem long after
>the subject had been dropped, but the information was just as valuable
>and welcomed. If something is really a long time later, I might post a
>new thread saying X subject revisited, or something like that, recap the
>subject and give my new info.
>neIN, Zone5
>-------------- Original message -------------- 
>>Speaking of who is here or not..... another group I am on recently did a 
>>head count and it was interesting to see who replied, as some lurkers also 
>>joined in. Since this list is not currently overwhelming... maybe we should 
>>also give it a try?!? 
>>So, since we have many list members (maybe?).. can we get a head count on 
>>who reads the e-mail daily, weekly, or duh! Might also want to include where 
>>you are from, as some of us have short memory spans, or a tad about yourself 
>>:) Of course, if I don't know your birthday, might be the time to update 
>>that list as well :) 
>>--- so, for me..... 
>>I try to read the mail daily, but during my busy times, it gets downloaded 
>>for future times. Problem with this is, feel funny commenting on something 
>>that is a week or three old. How do you guys feel about bringing up old 
>>John (non-computer SO) and I enjoy our gardening hobby. It involves water 
>>gardening, native plants, zone 5 perennials, garden railroad, and some 
>>This list has become like a second family to me, a wealth of information as 
>>well as opening my eyes to new and different thoughts. Thanks! 
>>Monee, IL Zone 5 (hum.... do I need to add USA, do we have members on the 
>>other side of the big ponds?) 
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