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Re: soil types and pH

In a message dated 09/04/2003 12:03:25 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> Kitty, can you guess the state my mind is in this morning.  We move my 
> mother 
> tomarrow and I have been in the depths of reducing, boxing and working to 
> help her adjust.  Also,I just rcd a call my oldest granddaughter was in an 
> accident with her new car and her first fender bender.  
 Bless your heart, Ceres.  You have our sympathy and prayers.  It does seem 
that life gets more complicated as it goes on,  doesn't it.  One advantage of 
old age is that we don't have an older generation to care for, but then there 
are the grandchildren.  Thank goodness she's not hurt. They sometimes have to 
learn the hard way.  Take care of yourself.

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