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RE: Restraint

As one who stayed home and worked in the garden all weekend...I think I
should have gone out and partied instead!

I am tired, I am sore, my fingers hurt since they are rubbed raw, didn't get
half what I thought I would done, but! Got all the annuals planted, the
front corner new bed done, the shed cleaned out, the veggies are planted,
the screen house roof is up, worked more on the pond, moved most of a
truckload of dirt here and there, hum, I forget what else got done....and
there is still a ton of stuff that needs to be done.

Theresa-- did you ever find out how to 'age' retaining wall blocks? I
thought I remember you asking... I would like to do something with the ones
around the train layout.


> Today was the Sarasota cactus and succulent society's annual show and
> sale... and we didn't go. How's that for will power? Decided, instead,
> to start working on a small begonia garden, which required removing
> about half of a Surinam cherry that we brought from Washington when we
> moved here.
> Glad we made that choice. Begonia garden should be very nice when
> completed.
> Island Jim
> Southwest Florida
> 27.0 N, 82.4 W
> Hardiness Zone 10
> Heat Zone 10
> Minimum 30 F [-1 C]
> Maximum 100 F [38 C]

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