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RE: New Job

Good for you Zem...it is nice to do something you enjoy and get paid for it!
So if you find something interesting as in a new gardening treasure plant,
don't forget to inform all of us about it!


> Well, everybody, I have a new job working about 12 hours per week at a
> friend's nursery.  Today I mixed potting soil and repotted about a
> gazillion
> little plants.  I hurt all over right now, but it is a good hurt if you
> know
> what I mean.  The daughter of another friend is also working there so the
> two
> of us can move along quite quickly.  The money is not great, but it's more
> than I'm making sitting at home, and it only about a mile from my house.
> zem
> zone 7
> West TN

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