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Re: Back at last and reasonably sane again...maybe

No Melody, it's not too late, and don't worry about it! I would think they
will be fine. This is when we plant lots of things. Glad you are feeling
better. I've kind of just tuned the whole thing out for now. I got sick of
all the hullabaloo before the election and was seriously tempted not to vote
at all, but I did and was glad.


Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Melody " <mhobertm@excite.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 10, 2004 7:14 AM
Subject: [CHAT] Back at last and reasonably sane again...maybe

> Hi guys! Well...I must say that probably the greatest help in moving on
> from last week's defeat was catching up on all of your emails and noting
> the humor, respect, and kindness which this potentially volatile issue
> was dealt with. Not to mention the many private emails I received from
> friends on the list. Thanks guys! Have pretty much made up my mind to
> put as positive a face on this election year as I can... improved voter
> registration and turnout and the engagement of such a vast and varied
> number of the people in the US is NEVER a bad thing no matter who wins
> or loses. And this whole experience has just given me more determination
> than ever to continue my involvment with politics on a personal, local,
> and national level.
> Okay, so now back to gardening stuff for me. It's been a struggle to
> find enough time to work in my garden...I am so behind! Between two jobs
> and three kids and a husband...housework, laundry, sports, church,pets,
> etc. etc etc. Now I find myself having to choose between my Master
> Gardener activities and educational needs for my job as Director of
> Parish Stewardship and Religious Education...a five year program of
> Ministry Formation, mostly self guided study with monthly required
> readings and video plus small group processing and an 8-10 page
> paper...Lots of work. So, regretfully, I'm going to let the MG
> certification go for now...but I know I will get back to it at some
> point in the distant future. Doesn't mean I won't keep gardening...that
> is my outlet to sanity after all.
> Andrea: So sorry that I haven't had time to dig your peonies yet...it
> has been mostly cold and rainy and miserable whenever I have had time to
> get anything done. Is it too late to send them to you in South Carolina
> if I were to dig them this weekend?
> Jesse: We're going to be in Oklahoma the week of Thanksgiving. We're
> leaving Tuesday the 23rd right after I get off work at 7:30 a.m. and
> hope to be in Lawton that evening. Figured on leaving OK late Saturday
> night or early Sunday morning to get home for work/school on Monday.
> Would love to stop and visit if you gusy are going to be around at all.
> Don't have any real plans the rest of the week except to do Thanksgiving
> with my husband's family (the entire family is traveling to his
> brother's in Lawton), so our schedule is pretty open. Let me know. Also,
> Fran...we've talked about meeting up in OKC sometime...are you going to
> be around that week, too?
> Well, have to get the rest of my work done here on the psych. ward done
> so I can go home soon and sleep!!!! It's good to be back! I really
> missed you guys!
> Melody
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."
> --Albert Einstein
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