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Blog entry by Brat Princess In The Garden posted 01-09-2012 06:53 PM 2330 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch

It seems I lost all my notes from last year, I had family come in for the holidays, starting on Thanksgiving – yay now everything is gone.

I know I fell way behind but I was going to “catch up” then I saw it was gone.
So I bought some new journals for different things, one for gardening, one for bird watching { here and away }.
I also decided to try to reorganize the way I did it last year, instead of having 10, 000 notes on scraps of paper that need to be transfered, I will just go ahead and stick it right on in there, and when they come again, just hide it all. I seem to have had this problem once before with them.

So I am sorry for falling so far off of things.
I think I will only do it once a week or a few times, since I have so many still in pots.

I have one update that was in my organizer so that is why I still have it, I will post that in a bit, while I am trying to put together my list of all the plants here again. I can’t believe they took them all, I am surprised they did not take the plants themselves. :(

-- Happy Gardening From A Southern California Gardender



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posted 01-10-2012 03:00 PM

gotta love journals – and online blogs. Oh the times I have had to go back through my blogs here at GT to find out when I planted something and what on earth it was called.

The silver lining is the new beginning – an opportunity to rethink and revise your methods. (Still sorry that you have having to go through it).

-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)

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