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Re: time to vent!

It's a daily saying in our household that if you live here, you work here...simple as that.

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
--Albert Einstein

 --- On Mon 06/21, Jesse Bell < silverhawk@flash.net > wrote:
From: Jesse Bell [mailto: silverhawk@flash.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2004 13:54:43 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [CHAT] time to vent!

Amen. I have to refresh the memory of my household from time to time
of<br>the very same thing. And I will gladly let my husband to the hard
work<br>for me cause he CAN. But before I married him...I either did it
myself<br>or worked out a trade with one of the neighbors....chop this
tree and<br>I'll babysit your kids for free on a saturday night...or
cook a<br>dinner...or dog sit...or SOMEthing.<br><br><br><br>Kitty
<kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:<br>> It amazing me that girls don't think
they or women are<br>> capable of using a pruning saw and almost insist
that my husband should be<br><br>Even with all the efforts of the
women's movement, some people still have<br>not moved forward. They
still live and breathe stereotype. Coming of age<br>in the 60s and 70s,
the movement did influence me in what I view to be<br>positive ways for
the most part. But I think, even without the movement, I<br>would not be
a "men's work - women's work" type. For the most part, if I<br>want
something done, I can do it unless it requires special knowledge
or<br>strength I don't have. I also think if you can eat, you can cook
and wash<br>dishes. If you can use a bathroom, you can clean one. This
is not the<br>women's movement speaking, it is just pure common
sense.<br>Kitty<br>----- Original Message ----- <br>From: "Tchessie"
<br>To: <br>Sent: Monday, June 21, 2004 11:57 AM<br>Subject: RE: [CHAT]
time to vent!<br><br><br>> It cracks me up when the kids in my
neighborhood ask me why I'm outside<br>> working (this happened again
last week as I was pruning a low branch off a<br>> bradford pear). It
amazing me that girls don't think they or women are<br>> capable of
using a pruning saw and almost insist that my husband should be<br>>
doing it. My husband and I however have a very clear agreement-
the<br>outside<br>> of the house is my territory. I only does something
if I specifically ask<br>> for his help. Mind you, I wouldn't mind if he
mowed the yard occasionally<br>> without my asking- but I can live with
that too. I have never had him<br>

chop<br>> down, pull up or otherwise destroy a plant. And he is a great
sport-<br>after<br>> I've planted, moved or trimmed anything, he's
always willing to be drug<br>out<br>> and view the new look. He smiles
and says it looks great, even though I<br>> know half the time he can't
tell what is different.<br>><br>> Theresa<br>><br>> -----Original
Message-----<br>> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net
[mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On<br>> Behalf Of cathy carpenter<br>>
Sent: Sunday, June 20, 2004 2:04 PM<br>> To: gardenchat@hort.net<br>>
Subject: Re: [CHAT] time to vent!<br>><br>><br>> At least he didn't hit
it with Round-Up! You won't have blooms this<br>> year, but it should
come back. Gary is dangerous with any cutting<br>> instruments (mowers,
weed wackers, etc) or chemicals. He mowed down 3<br>> of my long
established big bluestem this year, and he supposedly knows<br>> the
border of the bed they were planted in. Any shrub or tree newly<br>>
planted is marked with those little construction flags - makes for
an<br>> attractive yard!<br>> My condolences,<br>> Cathy<br>> On Sunday,
June 20, 2004, at 01:16 PM, james singer wrote:<br>><br>> > Donna, my
sympathy. But this is one of the reasons Ms. Fatma and I<br>> >
continually remind one another about pet projects. We do much
garden<br>> > stuff together, but there are also lots of things we do
individually<br>> > [she has only a gastronomic interest in tropical
fruit, for example].<br>> > Talking and pointing help a lot.<br>> ><br>>
><br>> > On Sunday, June 20, 2004, at 02:04 PM, Donna wrote:<br>> ><br>>
>> I know many of you on this list are --um-- single, and I may be too
if<br>> >> this trend continues.<br>> >><br>> >> Yesterday while I was
on 'the girls' road trip, DH who should not even<br>> >> be outside,
decided to help me in the garden....<br>> >><br>> >> He proceeded to cut
down my entire patch of queen of the prairie, a 5<br>> >> X<br>> >> 5 ft
stand about to bloom this week.<br>> >><br>> >> I came home, looked out
the patio door and had a fit!<br>> >><b

> >> He thought it was a weed with seed heads and didn't want it to<br>>
>> spread...<br>> >> it only took me 5 years to get it to fill the
area!...destroyed in an<br>> >> afternoon.<br>> >><br>> >> Grumble,
grumble....<br>> >><br>> >> Donna<br>> >> I figured this list would
understand why I am upset, seems no one here<br>> >> does:(<br>> >><br>>
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