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RE: Freeze 27 deg

so you've already found homes for most of them?  wonderful!  And I thought I had lots of scooping with 5 cats!

-------------- Original message -------------- 

> Jesse, it sounds like your "furred family" is increasing, too! 
> Congratulations on the babies! Perhaps the little ones will be 
> pre-conditioned to surviving the colder temperatures of the winter being 
> born in fall? 
> We've had a couple of nights in the mid-30's too. Frost threatened twice, 
> so far, but seemed to evade our lot. The leaves are just starting to turn 
> nicely. It should be a beautiful fall. I would like it to warm up for 
> just a couple of weeks to get gardening jobs finished and the puppies well 
> on their way to being housebroken. (Well, I can dream, can't I? It's a 
> real job just scooping output from 9 puppies! It's a never ending job right 
> now, but they are all so sweet, cute and funny! I dressed a couple up in a 
> "boo" sweater for photos for their soon to be new families. They got a real 
> charge out of the photos. One wanted to buy the sweater, but like I told 
> her--the sweater won't fit in another 3 days or so! I guess it is worth it 
> playing "pooper scooper for another 3 weeks. ;>D) 
> Blessings, 
> Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5) 
> -----Original Message----- 
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf 
> Of Jesse Bell 
> Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 9:53 AM 
> To: gardenchat@hort.net 
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Freeze 27 deg 
> It got down to 38 Saturday and Sunday morning here. Brrrrrrr. And we had 
> twin goats born Saturday morning. They picked a cold morning to be born. 
> We went down and wrapped them up and put a heat lamp in there. 
> Zemuly@aol.com wrote: 
> In a message dated 10/2/2004 2:43:22 PM Central Standard Time, 
> jsinger@igc.org writes: 
> Definitely not my kind of weather. Just the thought of it makes me want 
> to find my sweatshirt. 
> Me, too. The same cold front arrived here late this morning, and now I am 
> so sleepy I can hardly keep my eyes open. Guess it's some gene memory of 
> hibernating. It's supposed to go down to the 40's tonight. I am NOT ready 
> for this; it's way too early. My Confederate Rose (Hibiscus mirabilis) is in 
> full, glorious bloom as is the Lespedeza thunbergii. I am not ready for 
> them to croak just yet, thank you very much. We shouldn't be having frost 
> until 
> sometime next month. (She said hopefully.) 
> zem 
> zone 7 
> West TN 
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