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From: linda murtaugh <>
Subject: Re: [TRIVVIES] hats
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2005 22:17:45 -0700
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Sorry to hear you have been feeling poorly, Howie. But you are right
- the advent of spring does improve one's prospects.

Are you planning your garden yet?!
We still have rather cold evenings but I started my porch garden anyway
- a few petunias and pansies, a couple of packets of nasturtiums -
:-) and a tomato plant and two strawberries. Next week I'll consider
moving my houseplants out for their summer sabbatical.

Here's to your exponential improvement with the season!


On Apr 15, 2005, at 12:43 AM, Howard Fuller wrote:

> What's all this talk about hats?!
> I only ever had three hats in my whole life. A peaked schoolboy cap
> (which to be worn at all times going to and from school). One of those
> funny wide-brimmed stiff Boy Scout hats. And a flat hat bought for me
> to go fishing for flounder in the Bay off Houston, Texax - 'cept we
> never did go fishing.
> Mind I have a thick thatch, so a hat does sit rather uneasily on top...
> Howie
> PS: Sorry I haven't been writing much in recent months. I had an attack
> of bronchitis in mid-February and that led to a touch of pleurisy - and
> a complete lack of 'get-up-and-go'... I'm feeling much better now that
> Spring promises to come - when it doesn't go again!
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