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Re: We're waiting...


Super that the day went well and you had good weather for it.  Give
up on your sweatshirt:-)

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net>
> To all who've been waiting:
> It was a great day, not tired at all.  Of course, we did knock off
a little
> early, so I only worked 9-4:30 w/ a 45 min lunch.  It was
beautiful, sunny,
> blue sky.  We (a part-time person was hired too) filled out some
> and then took a tour to see where everything was and was planned to
> Then we set to work potting up some bare root shrubs - dogwood,
> hydrangeas.  As Ceres mentioned in another post the weather's going
to turn
> nasty, expecting snow tomorrow, so won't be working.  We'll start
up again
> Wednesday.  Nice people.  Things will be steadier as the month
> My new shoes were great.  But I hope I can get my sweatshirt clean.
> Thanks for asking!
> Kitty

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