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Re: update- next day


> he offered to dig
them out tomorrow for me and spread some mulch... (she shivers in panic!)

I think it would be lovely to have someone offer to help, but after all the
DH stores I've heard, (not just Donna's) I'm not so sure.

Kitty
neIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <gossiper@sbcglobal.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2005 7:29 PM
Subject: [CHAT] update- next day


> Well I had some energy and could actually move, so feeling good about it -
I
> attempted another day in the garden... (I will not be able to move
> tomorrow!)
>
> It was changing thoughts as the day went on... I started on waterfalls,
did
> some cleaning but realized I had to do something with the lilies that were
> in the two small pond/streams to be able to clean them out. So after
> dividing and potting up as many as I could (ran out of supplies!) I
switched
> gears into fixing rocks that were moved to clean the pond, as they were
all
> on the shoreline now. Got some done, but dang, where is John or my mother
> at... you have to visualize a 5ft2" person in a 5ft deep pond trying to
> reach boulders that are 2-3 ft from the edge.. it doesn't work! Found
> everyone taking naps...hum....
>
> Moved on to the north rear bed... what a mess! Where did all these weeds
> come from! Yanked, pulled, dug and got all but three things that needed to
> get out of there. About then, John came out to inform me dinner would be
at
> mothers in a half hour so I better go in and clean up... he offered to dig
> them out tomorrow for me and spread some mulch... (she shivers in panic!)
>
> So that was my day, got some things done, some still need to be finished,
> and I am beat.... how do you do this all the time Theresa! :)
>
> Donna
> Ps- if anyone wants some of this water lily I have some extra starts...
> http://www.simplymyworld.com/pond/attraction.jpg  - yeah, that was the
> massive thing we pulled out of the pond....interesting tho how much of it
> was just roots and tuber, not as many plants as I thought there would
be...
> so only got so many to give away, who ever asks first.. can have them.
>
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