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RE: today

Hum.... well since you are caught up and now on your winter projects,
mind picking up Theresa and stopping here... figuring between you both
all my undone projects could be handled in a couple of days :)

Pruning this time of year? Thought that was a spring thing Kitty, or
have you finished winter stuff and now on next spring projects LOL!

Who has some major pruning to do here....didn't get to it for the last
two springs and now has a terrible mess on her hands... 

> I was pruning out a few wayward branches around the yard and decided I
> couldn't wait for winter to take down that big Redbud.  It was 10-25
> tall, I'd guess.  Losing it let in some nice sunlight, but the shrubs
> behind
> it need to get a bit taller as I can now partly see the neighbor's
> Won't be a problem for too long though.  The other 3 trees back there
> should
> close the gap in time.
> Kitty

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