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Re: Spring activities

In a message dated 03/16/2004 11:43:50 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
mhobertm@excite.com writes:

> Wendy: It is very nice having a husband who likes to garden about as
> much as I do...and I must say, he is **always** willing to lend a hand
> to whatever scheme I have in mind. He even gets excited over rocks, just
> like I do. We do work well together on outside projects, mostly because
> our ideas about what we want seem to be so much in sync with each
> others.

Count your blessings, Melody.  In 52 years my husband has learned to tolerate 
my strange obsessions, and I've learned to work around his lack of interest 
in them.  He has actually learned to appreciate some of my interests, like 
Gilbert & Sullivan and bird-watching, but gardening and cross-word puzzles still 
leave him cold.  But then I'm not totally fascinated by automobiles - just want 
them to get me there in reasonable comfort with no troubles on the way - or 
architecture in the abstract.  So I guess it balances out.  Auralie

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