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Re: slammed

In a message dated 3/14/03 12:51:56 AM, mhobertm@excite.com writes:

>DF, you can
>send the rain, we need the precip., just maybe hold on to it until
>Monday if you can! :-)
Melody, I second this motion!  I am Not (I keep telling my self over & over) 
going in the garden till it dries out.  This will compact the soil and 
anything I may do is best left till we are assured this is not just a tease.  
However,  I can not see the garden yet anyway.  I have a strip of lawn 
visable in the back of the house.
My daughter & youngest granddaughter left for Washington DC very early this 
morning.  I do hope they have nice weather.  Nadia (GD) was selected to place 
a wreath on the tome of the unknown soldier at the changing of the guards.  A 
few of their plans were changed due to added security.

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