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Re: Today's Activities

In a message dated 7/12/04 7:13:48 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<< I spent a couple of hours deadheading daylilies and Iris at the display
gardens and another couple hours doing much the same here.  I love bottled
water, but I'm cheap.  I refill them. >>

Kitty, I spend several hrs everyday deadheading and just came in from the 
duty.  I waited til evening thinking it might be better but with humidity at 100% 
and all the rain we rcd this weekend I don't think anytime is good.  I'm 
cheap too and refill always.  We do have a rented for the summer water cooler in 
the garage which is always so cold and good.

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