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Date:11/1/2014 6:27:49 AM
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Hi Cookie--
Twenty six nine year olds? Sounds like a nightmare...I say ship 'em off to Albany and let THEM try to test 'em. Don't get Mom started on her "government interference with education" rant....As for testing---Mom doesn't believe in it. Takes too much time away from learning! Much ado about nothing, in her book.

Anyhow, Mom has been making herself get into the yard for two hours any day she doesn't have to drive the old guy somewhere, or any day she has any energy after work. Progress is slow, but steady...she goes between clearing up last year's giant weed debris and pulling up the spring weeds. She's gonna look up the names of some of those weeds as soon as she's done here so she can cuss them out royally while she's at it! Maybe someday she'll actually get to plant some of the bushes she nursed thru the winter in the sunroom! Hope's awfully crowded in there!
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