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Re: RE: RE: now kitty sale- was-Just a test

Hi Kitty,

Got quite cold here last night, low 20's.  Tomatos are gone of course, along
with the okra, egg plant, cucumbers, strawberries, and all the tender stuff.
This includes my pride and joy, the udder plant. LOL.

I'd guess that you might share in this tonight, but it dows seem to be
moving to the SE as we talk.  Hope it misses you.  This is the usual cold
night and then a bunch of wonderfully warm days and comfortable nights.  At
least the no-see-ums are in croak city.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <kmrsy@comcast.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Saturday, October 02, 2004 7:25 AM
Subject: RE: RE: RE: [CHAT] now kitty sale- was-Just a test

> Well, Murphy is at it again! After working with the guy for an hour last
> night, I thought the problem was solved. But this morning I'm back to
> square one - no connection. He did what he called a ping test which
> showed I did have a connection, that everything was working right. He
> fixed it finally by uninstalling a tc/ip something-or-other and then
> reinstalling it. This also required changing a password on one of my
> accounts. He mentioned that it had something to do with Win98.
> I'm working today - if I work Saturdays now I can get 40 hrs, which
> should just cover my bills. So at least I can check my email here at
> work.
> Cold this morning. Rained last night. Tomorrow I'm off work, so rain or
> shine, the outdoor stuff HAS to get done. Digging tender plants, taking
> cuttings, and digging lily bulbs. Then inside to work on bulb sale
> materials.
> Kitty
> -------------- Original message -------------- 
> > It's called Murphy's law :)
> >
> > Donna
> >
> >
> > >
> > > Thanks Pam. It was slow at work today so I was able to work on some
> > of my
> > > bulb stuff and emailed it to myself. But then I got home and my
> > internet
> > > connection wouldn't work. Spent an hour on the phone with the comcast
> > guy
> > > who finally got it going again. Time I didn't want to waste.
> > >
> > > Kitty
> >
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