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are there any  single ladies out there wanna be self sufficient?
have a garden that provides for them ,does canning or dehydrating?




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • Do we have to be single? Can’t we be self sufficient and married too?  I tried a garden last year but a bug got the best of me. But I would like to try again next year. Also the dehydrating part too!




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      Mary Clark wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • I’m trying to figure out what being single has to do with learning how to grow a garden?  Hmmmm....are your vegetables BIGGER????  estatic




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      Tuliplady wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • Hhmmmm, I’ve been doing all that for 30 yrs.  I don’t know what marital status has to do with it?? tongue out




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • I’m single again and no I’m not gardening this year, I’m waiting to move for the 2nd year in a row with no intentions of planting a garden to leave behind for the X. As it is, he’s going to cut down my Mimosa “Out of Africa” tree he always complained about. Not even doing a tomato plant this year. Next year, when I’m in my new house. ;oD  

      Cathie




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • Lisa I’m not offended just wondered why it had to be about being singlE. There are plenty of married women on here that may feel like they are going it alone.




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      Mary Clark wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • Oh I’m not offended either...just curious as to why the single status...that’s all.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • I wasn’t offended, Lisa, just a bit sad. And I think it was a good intention because a lot of times single women don’t think of gardening just for themselves. I will be when I get moved. I will grow some medinical herbs, some flowers and have a vegetable garden too. I’m organic all the way, and don’t know why I think I should be organic with flowers, but I am. LOL  

      Cathie




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      Tuliplady wrote Jul 3, 2011
    • I wasn’t offended, just thought it was odd for anyone to link the two things together.  Single, married, or whatever, I’ve gardened all my life.

      Cathie, I’m all organic too.  the supreme irony at our house is that little ol’ organic me married an agricultural chemical applicator.  LOL!




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jul 4, 2011
    • LOL, Tulip! That is a supreme irony! The X wasn’t allowed into my gardens. Besides the chemicals he believed in, he watered like a fireman putting out a fire! oh good grief. A few times I caught him and would tell him, “Drop the hose, Mister, and I won’t hurt you!“.  LOL

      Cathie




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