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Re: RE: time to vent!

Donna darlin' - I admire your restraint. I'd have choked him. So
frustrating to lose something just at the point of getting where it
needed to be!! A wind storm yesterday snapped my standard rose off right
in the middle of the trunk. Was furious and sick about it all day, it
was just starting to look great. Can't choke the wind though...

Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Donna
Sent: 6/20/2004 9:28:09 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] time to vent!

> So gang, I have this huge space, full sun, moist but not sitting in
> water, to fill now. While checking this out better today, I see he
> pulled all the rhizomes/root systems out also. Doubt they will be
> back...maybe a few, but the majority is history.
> Trust me, doubt he will ever step into a flower bed again let alone
> decide to do something in it... I was livid for hours, but Pam- he is
> still alive.
> Jim, we do talk and he knows what was there. Seen the light bulb turn on
> when I was screaming at him. I blame part of it on the drugs he is
> taking. He had a hernia operation that was rather severe, 8 inch cut,
> Kitty, so your theory of where they operated... hum....:)
> There are two things that really aggravated me about this... He has his
> own section of the garden (the train) which needs to be weeded! --and--
> he should not have even been out of the house much less doing physical
> work. They just took the drain tube out on Friday afternoon. My mother
> was supposed to be watching him... and she did. Also bagged up the
> plants as he was destroying them... <sigh>
> Auralie, doubt this will end our relationship, but at the time.... I was
> hot! Eva, thanks for the condolences...
> Donna
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