Susan Says . . .

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

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Hot, dry weather all week reminded us summer is here with a vengeance. After a week with no rain most of the rose of Sharon blooms have fallen and myriads of leaves are dropping from the trees. Numbers of them fall into the fish pond, requiring frequent cleaning. Garden plants are drooping in the heat, large sections of the lawn are turning brown and the grass is growing slower.


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Opinion, Pages 4 on 07/28/2010

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