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Re: Exodus

That's a good idea you all are floating around...if Jim's sister will
have room for plants it would be really cool if any of us who could
contribute to Jim's new mini-plantation to do so. Jim...if your sister
has room, you might consider starting a list and keeping it for the day
when you can let all of us know what you might want that we might
already have.

May, huh? That's not too far into the future. Are you planning on
driving all that way by yourself? Please know that the invitation to
stop over is real...would love to finally meet you and Iowa is very nice
in April and May. So glad you'll be staying in touch on your journey
west...maybe if you have a decent digital camera you could post photos
of interesting stuff along the way...you have a very unique way of
looking at things. :-)

Blessings in Christ's mercy,


Work for the Lord:  the pay isn't much but the retirement is out of this world!

 --- On Tue 03/11, Daryl < pulis@mindspring.com > wrote:
From: Daryl [mailto: pulis@mindspring.com]
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2008 09:55:04 -0400
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Exodus

I'm sorry, Jim. That stinks. When you get settled in Oregon, let me know
and <br>I'll send whatever plants I have that you might like to play
with.<br><br>Take care.<br><br>d<br><br><br><br>> Today it looks like
it's going to work out, so I guess I ought to fess up. <br>> There are
three items on the agenda: 1. Ms Fatma has left me; 2. I am <br>> going
to lose this place; 3. Squinty and I will be moving on.<br>><br>> 1.
Yes. Ms Fatma is gone, getting a divorce, she says. I feel kind of sad
<br>> that it didn't work out, but life's like that--good days, bad
days--but <br>> it's never the end of the world, just the end of the
arguments.<br>><br>> 2. No doubt; I'm going to lose this place. Between
the insurance rate hike <br>> and Ms Fatma bailing out, I am not able to
make the payments on the house. <br>> So I quit trying. I may have two
months before they throw me out. When <br>> this became clear, I tried
to put the house on the market but ran into a <br>> number of realtors

who did not want to list an "as-is short sale." Not <br>> enough money
in it, they said. So I asked a friend to post a notice on a <br>> rare
fruit chat list that innumerated most of the subtropical fruit trees
<br>> I've planted and groomed and, lo and behold, I have unearthed a
Roman <br>> Catholic priest [no, not Gregor Mendel] living abroad who
wants to buy it. <br>> So this may work out.<br>><br>> 3. My sister says
she has a spare bedroom that Squinty and I can share. So <br>> we'll be
moving to Oregon. Not sure when... but before they throw me out <br>> of
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