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RE: what we wear in the garden- was-re nursery interview apparel

Gardening is my time, so naturally I wear what ever feels comfortable
for the current temps. If I worried about getting dirty, hair out of
place, breaking a nail, doubt I would ever get out there... and if the
neighbors don't like it, then they can look the other way :)


> Marge - my garden togs, especially the warm weather stuff, wouldn't
> muster at Goodwill. But the thinner and more full of holes stuff is,
> cooler it is. And since I garden all summer long in often 100
> degree-plus heat, cooler is good. And the neighbors are used to it so
> who cares? Everyone else in indoors until 7 anyway. No guts, no glory!

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