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Re: Tree Peony Buds

Tony: Glad to hear you got that third round in. Just FYI: usually a
blood count is done first on a machine but if there is some doubt, a
doctor will order what is called a "manual" white count...meaning some
lab technician actually has to transfer some of your blood to a slide,
prepare the slide correctly, and then look at it carefully under a
microscope and count how many white cells are on the slide...it does
take some time...but I can imagine how tired you must have felt by the
end of the day...what a long one. Glad to hear you are feeling better
now...as always, peace and lots of prayers! Mel

Melody, IA (Z 5/4)

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

 --- On Thu 03/27,  < romans810@juno.com > wrote:
From:  [mailto: romans810@juno.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 07:12:20 -0800
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Tree Peony Buds

tree peony for five years <br>Hi Zem - Isn't exciting to watch a new
beginning each day!!!! My tree is<br>about 7yrs. old. Had about 30
blooms. I haven't counted what I may get<br>this yr. I'll wait 'til they
push more.<br>I had my 3rd "chemo" yesterday after anxious waiting these
last 2 weeks<br>because my platelets were down. they were ok, but had to
wait awhile<br>again 'til they counted my white cells manually??? with a
machine? It<br>turned out ok. I was there 6 hrs. I was pooped. LOL?? I
feel gr888 this<br>morning. Just finished my exercises.<br><br>Tony Veca
<><<br>Another Gr888 Day in Paradise !!!!!<br>Vancouver, WA<br><br>On
Wed, 26 Mar 2003 20:42:38 EST Zemuly@aol.com writes:<br>> Mine, too,
Tony. I've had my tree peony for five years now, and this <br>> is the
<br>> first bud I've had. I feel like an expectant mother! I really
<br>> think this is <br>> the very best time of the year. Every morning
I can't wait to look <br>> around <br>> outside and see what's

up. I saw a lot of Solomon's Seal and <br>> Tricyrtis <br>> today, and
some of the Lunaria annua are blooming already. Yeah <br>> spring!<br>>
zem<br>> zone 7<br>> West TN<br>> <br>>
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