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Re: good morning/weather

Perhaps we just get used to things the way they are, too.  In the North,
people often take 2 week vacations in February and go somewhere balmy.  (not
me, though)
Chicken or egg?  It's possible one develops an interest in quilting,
knitting, other crafts partly to make use of that time in which they can't
garden.  Or some individuals have a variety of interests and the seasons
just dictate when they can do them.  I do more computer work in the winter
when I can't get out, but I do have certain projects that must be done when
I'd rather be outside.  It's more fun to do each activity when you're not
conflicted about which needs the attention more.

Pam's used to being out there every day.  As much as I love my garden, I do
not want to devote my life to it, I like the time away so I can come back
with renewed interest.  But maybe that's because that's the way I must
garden.  Don't know, it just is.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, January 14, 2004 5:38 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] good morning/weather

> In a message dated 1/14/04 9:50:23 AM, gardenqueen@gbronline.com writes:
> << To have to spend months out of it would kill me. >>
> Pam, that is why one has other interests.  Also, provides time to plan &
> up for the coming season. Many have plenty of plants inside to nurture
> the indoor season.
>     Ceres
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