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Anyone going to the Philly Flower show

Posted by suebo 6 ( on
Mon, Feb 6, 06 at 12:48

I thought if anyone was going to the flower show, we could meet up for lunch and go through the show and get some great ideas, that we probably can do or afford!LOL.

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RE: Anyone going to the Philly Flower show

Sounds like a wonderful idea, Sue. Unfortunately, I don't think I'll be going to the show this year.

I'm short and can never see over the heads of the crowds and I finally just go to the vendor section and shop. (Not a bad excuse, is it?) Heh, Heh.

RE: Anyone going to the Philly Flower show

blueheron------I'm tall and I still have trouble trying to see over other people.

My DH and I started going first thing on a Sunday morning---as soon as the doors open. It doesn't start to get crowded until church lets out but by then we usually get to see most of it.

BTW--my daughter lives in Lancaster and I just had surgery at Lancaster General. It is a nice town.


RE: Anyone going to the Philly Flower show

Hi, Florence.

I hope your daughter is recuperating nicely. Yes, Lancaster is a nice place to live. Do you visit very much? We have some really nice plant nurseries in the county.

RE: Anyone going to the Philly Flower show

Hi blueheron------

My daughter lives and works in Lancaster.She loves the Lancaster area and has a beautiful garden in her back yard.

I just had back surgery at Lancaster General --in fact we just got home today after a visit with the surgeon and my daughter.

I'm doing well after the surgery---I am finally able to walk again. It has been a painful 2 years prior to the surgery.

I told Dr Kuhlengel at Lancaster General that he is a miracle man.


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