Re: [gardeners] OT: surgery

M T (
Wed, 9 Oct 2002 21:30:23 -0700 (PDT)

Hi Goege,

 Congratulations on your sucessful surgery! Good to have you back. I
hope you relax for a few days ! 

 We ordered 3 flats of green Liriope spicata for around the pond edges.
It arrived this afternoon and I was very pleased with it. Just wish I
had ordered 4 or 5!
 The flats are cellpacs, 72 cells per flat. The clumps had great roots
and several (up to 5 on some) plantlets per cell. Cheapest place I
found on the net. It was only 50 cents a cell and free shipping! Next
best price found was 80 cents a cell.

 I'm supposed to be working an 8 hour day tomorrow. That'll be 3 days
in a row! Had Sunday off cause a job got canceled. All the newfound
free time is fantastic! Got more done in the past 3 days than the past
3 weeks!

Best to Miz Anne and Sleepy

Matt in Norfolk, Va.  USDA zone 8

> -------------------------------------------
> Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 16:55:04 -0500
> From: George Shirley <>
> Subject: [gardeners] George is home
> Was operated on yesterday with the surgeons removing an 89% blockage
> in
> my right carotid artery. They released me at noon today and my son
> drove
> me home in a driving rainstorm then turned around and went straight
> back. Good kids are a joy.
> I'm sore as the dickens but recovering well. Miz Anne is okay and
> Sleepy
> is finally calming down enough to talk to her. Got a sore throat from
> being intubated and was fed so much liquids "inconveniently" that I
> was
> up all night going to the bathroom every 15 minutes.
> I got pain killers and mint tea for the sore throat so am reasonably
> happy. Has been raining here all day so don't know what the garden is
> doing. It's good to be back home.
> Life is good.
> George

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