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Re: OT: vacation....

>>yeah!! 3 weeks with NO work!
From your descriptions of your weekends, I'm afraid I'd drop dead after one
of your vacations.

neIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Theresa" <tchessie@comcast.net>
To: "GardenChat" <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, June 10, 2005 9:47 PM
Subject: [CHAT] OT: vacation....

> Ok-not that any of you care, but just needed to put it down in writing
> to remind myself it was real!  .......
> 2 1/2 weeks until I go on vacation!!!  yeah!! 3 weeks with NO work!
> Meanwhile----
> Projects for this weekend- 1.  drive to my dad's house (2 hours away)-
> unload all  the small retaining wall blocks from the car (I already
> loaded them in tonight, much to my husband's dismay since they are going
> in his car), create a garden area in the front of his house.  Then go to
> the store and find some semblance of decent soil (not much to choose
> from ,since we are talking about Walmart).  I might get a couple of
> salvias or some other non-killable drought and heat tolerant things if I
> find them.  Otherwise, I'll just make the bed and wait until fall to
> plant.  2.  See what other projects he needs done (including cleaning
> his house and answering a million questions about how his computer
> works).  3.  Spend the night and drive back home on Sunday.  Oh- I just
> remembered that I didn't think of what to cook for him on
> Saturday.....well, it might just be pizza.
> Sunday after I get home- go to Capitol nursery and buy a couple of
> ambrosia melon plants... (this has been on my list for a month now-
> we'll see if it happens this time)
> Theresa
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