Perils of Penny, was Re: [gardeners] test

George Shirley (
Fri, 18 Jan 2002 07:20:38 -0600

Penny, I get more enjoyment than I probably should out of you and Jimmie's antics. It's always
something going on with you two. Glad you're able to get out a little. Has Jimmie gotten enough snow
to keep him happy this winter?


penny x stamm wrote:
> Hi, Sherryl, my gardening's been indoors with a wistful look
> thru the window every morning ...  yesterday it finally warmed
> up just enough for me to grab my hubby and get outside into
> the garden so we could put up a 75 ft burlap windbreak to
> protect a vulnerable mass planting of rhododendrons and
> mountain laurels (kalmia latifolia). We slaved away for two
> hours as the clouds took over the sky, and came inside
> freezing, and anxious for that warm bowl of soup....
> I sat down fully dressed on the basement chair, to change
> out of my work shoes, and rather silently fell sound asleep,
> bolt upright in the chair . . .  fortunately, quite some time
> later, Jimmie came looking for me, and I had managed to
> bite my tongue as I slept so hard that I could not eat my
> dinner....!
> One never knows, do one...?
> Penny, NY
> .
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