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January Garden Visit

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January Garden Visit

Time: January 24, 2010 from 9am to 11am
Location: Inala
City/Town: Inala
Phone: 0415 188 910
Event Type: garden, visit, seed, swap, gardening
Organized By: Donna
Latest Activity: Jan 25, 2010

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The Janaury Garden Visit will be at my place in Inala. Anyone who RSVP's will be emailed about a week before with my address.

In the Brisbane Seed Saver Group, there is a Discussion called January Meeting - Swapping Information.

Look forward to seeing you all again!

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Vanessa Pomare Comment by Vanessa Pomare on January 25, 2010 at 13:17
hahaha, thanks lotte, yeap i have kids and im a late starter compared to most. lol.
and im very very flatterd and would give ya a big sloppy kiss for such a flattering thought. lol (joking about the slobbers) Sometimes glad i look younger, sometimes not, ive only stoped been asked for ID in the last few years. (D.O.B 1979) and (i have a 6yr old, 4 yr old and a 2 year old)

Tanks lotte, most days im sure i look over 40, lol. I for on would say kids and a husband, takes a few years off anyones life. lol
chris Comment by chris on January 25, 2010 at 8:03
Thanks Donna for the opportunity to visit your garden and making us so welcome. The visit has given me the inspiration to start small scale gardening again. Congratulations on the progress and success of your garden in such a short time
Chris and daughter Robyn from Ipswich.
Comment by Lotte on January 24, 2010 at 20:57
Vanessa, I didn't realise you had kids there! I thought you were barely the legal age of consent! Haha! I hope this is flattering for you, as if someone told me that I'd be hard pressed not to kiss them!
Vanessa Pomare Comment by Vanessa Pomare on January 24, 2010 at 20:45
Hi all, nice cathing up and meeting some new faces.
Thanks muchly to the hosts and all the play mates for me two children.
(my kids dont get out much, so its always a nice change for them, to play with other kids)
Thanks lots for the seedlings and seeds. (can wait till i can return the favor)

and dona the kids mag is Joels, but all good, your little man is more then welcome to have it or the rubbish bin if you wish. (no worrys, they come free from james work, loot bags for the workers kids? lol)
Comment by Donna on January 24, 2010 at 20:21
No worries James, I'll even repot some - do you want 10 lol? I will ransome the water bottle for at least 5...

Yes Lotte, now I am starting to understand why people have large families!! They were all really well behaved and played together nicely... very happy with them all - would do it again any time!
Comment by Lotte on January 24, 2010 at 20:07
Thanks heaps for hosting this today, Donna. Your garden is very inspiring and I enjoyed meeting everyone. I was also quite impressed with how well everyone's kids played :-)

Next time, I think I'll wear lighter coloured clothing!! I'm not really an emo, you know.
Comment by Donna on January 24, 2010 at 14:17
Hi Florence - the sharpie is mine, I will pick it up next GV... thanks :)

James I'll take your coriander if you take my dragon fruit plants ;)
Comment by Vanessa Collier on January 24, 2010 at 13:54
Hi Donna, Just thought I'd say thanks too - a pleasure to catch up with old school members and meet some new people!
Comment by Florence on January 24, 2010 at 13:54
Thanks Donna for hosting the visit ~

I also have a lost and found, I've found a green Sharpie Ultra fine point permanent marker in my box....
Comment by Donna on January 24, 2010 at 13:52
Thanks everyone for coming, I know next time to only ask a couple of people to bring a plate - I think we will have enough leftovers for a week!

So far lost & found:
1 red aluminum drink bottle
1 child magazine

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