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Sorry for the Delay

Posted Saturday, May 17, 2008, at 4:32 PM

Spring has given me cabin feever and I've been spending tons of time outside (tons meaning more than usual but I ain't getting much time since I'm still working full time). So far not many of my seeds have sprouted. I've got the beginnings of a flower bed in front of my front porch but it still needs dirt and shade loving flowers, most of the hackberry trees growing up through my fence line have been cut down and I transplanted a volunteer lindon tree to the bare hole that once held an elm tree before we moved here. So far the little lindon (2 ft tall) has loved it's new home. I have another if anybody is interested. They are nice shade tree's but the seeds go everywhere, the flowers attract millers by the thousands and they suck up a lot of water. They reach a height of 150 ft and are pretty long lived. Over all not such a bad tree.

Any who. Got any dog or cat questions? I'll see what I can do to get my fingers out of the dirt and back into the fir (oops) make that fur.

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