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RE: My non-gardening weekend

 Ahhhh...the joys of home ownership.  :-)

Ah, Melody, I know from where you speak.  
Back at the end of April my water heater went out. Just as they installed
it I noticed a roof leak. Of course, since the furnace and a/c are 40 yrs
old, decided I'd better go for the big picture.  New furnace and a/c were
done last week, the new roof the week b4.  And how about something I could
enjoy hands on?  The carpenter is working on the new kitchen now. And a new
snazzy front storm door.  Then there's the plumbing.  The bathroom tub
fixtures were stuck 'on' at one point last year.  40 yr old fixtures were
stripped. Sink fixtures leak into a tub under the cabinet that has to be
dumped periodically.  Plumber gave the tub a short term fix, but they'll
need to be replaced this summer.  And Saturday I heard a lot of commotion
in my eaves.  Got somebody building a nest up there.  Calling an
exterminator  today.  Then there're the garden beds that need to be

Thank God for low interest rates!

> [Original Message]
> From: Melody <mhobertm@excite.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 6/9/2003 12:08:01 AM
> Subject: [CHAT] My non-gardening weekend
> Gosh, my hats off to all of you who got so much accomplished this
> weekend in your gardens. The only garden related thing I did this past
> weekend was to put away the stuff I used for a presentation on spring
> gardening that I did on Friday...twice as many people showed up for that
> as they had planned (over 50!!!) but it went well and people were very
> kind in their thanks so I was happy. But at our house it is remodeling
> central...since we got back from our Oklahoma trip to discover that the
> puppy had somehow gotten out several times and wreaked havoc with our
> living room carpet...well, the carpet came out and since it was out, of
> course that has started a cascade of painting, putting in a new
> wall/closet, all new woodwork trim...etc, etc., etc.!!! The
> kitchen/bathroom remodel is obviously on hold until this emergent
> project is done! And to boot, I get new furniture!!! Woo hoo!!! But
> alas! No gardening until this room is finished...and with 6 baseball
> games in the next si
>  x days...who knows how this whole thing will come out.  Ahhhh...the joys
of home ownership.  :-)
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
> --Albert Einstein
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