stratsmom
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Southern Oregon
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Bookkeeper

stratsmom

Flower Fanatic, from Southern Oregon

Did I make it? Am I here? Feb 6, 2015

stratsmom was last seen:
Jun 25, 2017
    1. Cayuga Morning
      Cayuga Morning
      Hi Strats!!! Long time no hear! I have been rather quiet on this site as well. How's you garden doing? I have been busy raking and clearing away all the "sins of winter" as well as planting the early stuff in my community garden plot. I planted asparagus last year and I have spears of asparagus emerging now!!! (I am salivating as I write this).

      So how is life with you?
      Mary
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      2. stratsmom
        stratsmom
        Life is busy, you know how that goes. Sadly my garden is not doing too well because our weather has been so undecided it's about to make me nuts! Beautiful for a day or two and then snow and wind - Come on summertime!
        May 16, 2017
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    2. GardenintheCountry
      GardenintheCountry
      kim@purplegoo.ca is my email :)
    3. stratsmom
      stratsmom
      Did I make it? Am I here?
      1. Frank
        Frank
        Indeed you are!
        Feb 6, 2015
    4. Frank
      Frank
      Hi Strats!
      1. stratsmom
        stratsmom
        Frank,
        I know this is kind of late but...did I lose all my saved messages and in-box info during the conversion?
        Jun 5, 2015
      2. Frank
        Frank
        Hi Strats, all the messages should be there but as they are organised by date now you may have to look back further in your messages list. Because saved messages were commonly older messages start by looking towards the end of your list. Click the page numbers at the bottom of your messages list.
        Jun 5, 2015
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    Location:
    Southern Oregon
    Occupation:
    Bookkeeper
    cooking, gardening, shopping

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    For the love of gardening is a seed that once sown never dies, but always grows and grows to an enduring and ever-increasing source of happiness – Gertrude Jekyll