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RE: Storm

How are the new dogs doing Andrea? Everyone settled in yet? 

Interesting idea with the privets.... if you think about it mid season, take
a picture for us all to see :)


> Yes, we had that last night and it rained all day here. We need it though
> so I'm not complaining. The only bad part was I had to leave my new dogs
> inside, as it was REALLY cold and rainy. One is getting over surgery and
> has separation anxiety and the other is just a spaz. I lost a couple of
> chair cushions and the tip off a plumeria. A few other things were chewed,
> but no major destruction. Thank God for doggie drugs! They do work
> wonders.
> Things are starting to come up here and my variegated privets are putting
> out new leaves. I've limbed them up and am turning them into small trees
> to
> shade my azaleas and  camellias. This  year they should really be small
> trees. They grew in 2 years from 1 gallon plants into 7 foot giants. This
> year I'd say they'll reach 12 or 13 feet and make a nice patch of shade.

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