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RE: Making a molehill...

Sounds like a lot to me. I pulled my shoulder out Thurs. evening hauling
white rock for my garden and bricks for Pat's. So I'm working twice as
hard w/ the other arm watering and weeding. How nice. I hope it's a
pulled muscle or two but it may be a rotator cup problem, which will
have to wait until September. What fun.

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Donna " <justme@prairieinet.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 18 May 2003 16:53:25 -0500

>Good for you Kitty!.... We are having the same great working weather
>here too... and for once I don't have to be anywhere!:)
>Spent yesterday weeding, planted some of the veggies... then treated
>myself to a trip to a nursery to see what was left... picked up some
>fillers, nothing exciting. (anyone notice that this year there are more
>of the common items and less of the different stuff?)
>Today was more productive...re-stained the decks, put the liner in for
>yet another bog garden (lotus)and realized I bought the wrong connectors
>for the feeding tube, so the pile of clay is still sitting there.
>Decided I had enough of weeding, so brought out the roundup to combat
>them in the gravel and no plant areas. Still getting all those dead
>vines out of fence, what a job, anyone got an easy way to do it? DH
>actually fixed the roof today, as with all the wind storms we lost a few
>Doesn't sound like much... but I am tired and the place looks better...
>and the back of DH pick up is filled with yard garbage!
>Break time is over.... 
>> Well, I have finally set to work making a molehill out of my mountain
>> soil.  8 yards may not seem like much, but it takes time to move it by
>> the cartload.  
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A


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