[gardeners] Sorry, forgot to change addies

Jann (gardeners@globalgarden.com)
Sun, 11 May 2003 16:41:23 -0500

>Date: Sun, 11 May 2003 16:30:32 -0500
>To: gardeners@globalgarden.com
>From: Janni <linncrk@midmo.net>
>Subject: Re: [gardeners] OT sorta: Mother's Day
>Happy Mothers' Day to everyone!! Went to brunch this morning and to Dairy 
>Queen this afternoon to eat evil dessert!! LOL  Now I get to go out and 
>plant some Jewel Box Celosia in my garden. BTW I bought a HUGE hanging 
>plant called Million Bells. Beautiful plant.
>At 02:36 PM 5/11/03 -0500, you wrote:
>>Kids couldn't make it over from Houston today so I fixed Miz Anne a nice
>>Texas style mid-day meal, called "dinner" in Texas and something else
>>other places.
>>We had genuwine Texas style chicken fried steak with cream gravy, mashed
>>potatoes, and blackeyed peas plus some homemade dinner rolls that rose
>>and baked beautifully. For afters we had homemade peach cobbler with the
>>peaches from our Floragold peach tree, the first ever crop we got off of
>>it. Not enough to even freeze some fruit but enough for a cobbler. Now
>>we gonna take a nap as we can't move very much. Even the dog got steak,
>>taters, and peas so she's happy too.
>>The boysenberries are getting ripe, about 2 dozen a day at the moment.
>>The pickings are going in the freezer to either make a humongous cobbler
>>for Memorial Day or to make jelly with later on. I'm watering the
>>persimmon tree almost daily as it has been more than a month since it
>>rained here. Hopefully it won't drop its fruit and we'll get a bumper
>>crop of Fuyu persimmons to put up and eat fresh. The elderberries are
>>flowering and there is a wee bit of fruit on the blueberries. The red
>>raspberries are covered with immature fruit and we might get some of it
>>if we can beat the cardinals to it.
>>Life is good.