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Re: gardening question

John got freaked out or the frog got freaked out?  

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 --- On Thu 06/19, Donna < gossiper@sbcglobal.net > wrote:
From: Donna [mailto: gossiper@sbcglobal.net]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2008 19:50:54 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: Re: [CHAT] gardening question

I did get the pond done enough tonight! Yeah! The fish and plants
are<br>back in there....so that is a big relief. We counted 34 as we put
them<br>back in (although I kept saying that is still too many in
there!).<br><br> <br>I owe alot to my friend Pat. Without her helping me
every night this<br>week, I would not have gotten it done. John seen a
snake and that was<br>it... he headed for the house and I won't get him
out there for months<br>again....and it was only a gardener snake trying
to eat a frog... geesh.<br>(I did save the frog tho and I think it
freaked him out)<br><br> <br> Donna<br><br>Pam Evans
<gardenqueen@gmail.com> wrote:<br> Agreed. Donna you DO need a serious
break child. Hope your trip provides<br>that. But PLEASE don't neglect
your own health trying to do everything for<br>everyone else. 'nuff
said.<br><br>On 6/18/08, Kitty wrote:<br>><br>> You always seem to keep
your sense of humor, Donna.<br>> Many demands in life are obligatory,
but some aren't

necessarily so. While<br>> you're away, maybe you could take some time
and assess what you might be<br>> able to trim from your ever-
lengthening list. Maybe not right away, but<br>> make a plan to complete
some things and then pass them on. Make decisions<br>> and stick by
them. Life is short, you shouldn't spend yours always on the<br>>
run.<br>><br>> Kitty<br>> neIN, Zone 5<br>> ----- Original Message -----
From: "Donna" <br>> To: <br>> Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 10:15
PM<br>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] gardening question<br>><br>><br>> LOL!.. no
apology needed.. I am just sorry to hear that the weeds found<br>>>
you.<br>>><br>>> I am at about the breaking point here.... there are no
more flowers,<br>>> only weeds and skeeters. I can't seem to get my boss
to understand that<br>>> I need less hours per day. My mother doesn't
seem to understand that I<br>>> am not super women and can't get
everything she wants done. I have a<br>>> list a mile long and it keeps
getting longer

every day. I have to leave<br>>> town and the lady (nurse) who was going
to watch my mother husband is<br>>> now ill.... oh, did I mention the
day after I get back my mother is<br>>> having knee
replacement....<br>>><br>>><br>>> The heart specialist is on hold. I
have no time to get thru the tests<br>>> they want me to
do....<br>>><br>>> Geesh... sorry, it is just all getting to me. I need
this trip to get<br>>> away from this situation that is here.... hope it
happens....<br>>><br>>><br>>> Donna<br>>><br>>> Kitty wrote:<br>>> I'd
give them some time, but I think you're right, they'll probably
have<br>>> to<br>>> come down.<br>>> On another note, I owe you an
apology Donna. A few years back you were<br>>> bemoaning your weed
situation and I recall replying that I have very few<br>>> weeds. This
year it's a totally different story. Mainly maple seedlings<br>>> and
clover, but a few others thrown in. I have spent days pulling the
damn<br>>> stuff, hauling out huge bags of it

and I'm still not done.<br>>><br>>> Kitty<br>>> neIN, Zone 5<br>>> -----
Original Message ----- From: "Donna"<br>>> To:<br>>> Sent: Wednesday,
June 18, 2008 6:42 AM<br>>> Subject: Re: [CHAT] gardening
question<br>>><br>>><br>>> LOL! I must be babbling agin...<br>>>><br>>>>
Any way to save these trees, especially the red maple? If the
main<br>>>> leader trunk is dead? If I cut it out, it would leave a
large U shaped<br>>>> gap, although the side branches would cover, but I
am sure everything<br>>>> would collect there and infect it
anyway...<br>>>><br>>>><br>>>> I was also wondering if this is common in
tornado's/hurricanes senerios?<br>>>> Or do I have other issues out
there and it was just timing that caused<br>>>> it?<br>>>><br>>>><br>>>>
Donna<br>>>><br>>>> Kitty wrote:<br>>>> and your question?<br>>>>
Kitty<br>>>> neIN, Zone 5<br>>>> ----- Original Message ----- From:
"Donna"<br>>>> To: "gardenchat list"<br>>>> Sent: Tuesday, June 17, 2008
10:33 PM<br>>>> Subject: [CHAT]

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