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Re: Airways have been so quiet

I know how you feel Auralie.  I pull one weed and by next weekend, 5 weeds 
have popped up in its place.  ::: sigh :::

Long Island, NY
Zone 6/7

In a message dated 7/25/2004 8:58:20 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:
I'm here but didn't have anything interesting to relate.  My garden is 
depressing right now.
It's been dry - things are being eaten - I just can't keep up with the weeds. 
Some days I 
think I'm too old for this.  I was going to boast about my handsome container 
planting of
purple sage, tricolor sage and that chartreuse sweetpotato vine (can't 
remember the 
cultivar name), but just as it reached its handsome peak someone ate off the 
vine.  So it goes. Now you see why I hadn't posted today - and still 
shouldn't have.  Oh 
well.  Thanks for listening. 

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