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Re: My bad - Terry

  • Subject: Re: My bad - Terry
  • From: Barb Jackson <jacksonb@mts.net>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2009 11:21:13 -0600

Hi Sandra and all.

I was wondering the same thing. Sure is nice to see an iris bloom when
it is still very much winter here. My backyard has well over 2 feet of
the white mulch. It melted for a bit (just enough to make walking and
driving treacherous) but we have had snow everyday last Saturday and the
temperatures are cold (-25C this morning). Spring can't come soon
enough for me.


SandraB wrote:
> Where are you Terry that you are getting bloom ? It's sure nice to see.

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