--Sorry to hear of your sad loss. Can nothing be done for your plum? Any roots remaining? Cuttings? Not sure how one goes about replanting a tree after it has been blown over. Scaffolding? Tree surgeons? Quick nurse, the screams!
Michael Roger Stevens <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Made me laugh. > > Actually it's not the plums. They haven't grown yet. > It's the tree. > > The plums, although there, are unfeasibly small. > Alas - now they will never ripen. > > > Visit The Poetry Zone > http://www.poetryzone.co.uk > > > -----Original Message----- > From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > On Behalf Of Alan Bowman > Sent: 24 June 2004 15:14 > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: FLUXLIST: Pert Yet Plump Teresa's Brunch > Lands in > Pediatrician's Fudge > > Roger, > > Sorry to hear about the problems with your plums! > > How long before you be able to ride a bicycle again? > > Alan > > > > > > ___________________________________________________________ALL-NEW Yahoo! Messenger - sooooo many all-new ways to express yourself http://uk.messenger.yahoo.com