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    George Shirley Guest

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    A Merry Christmas to all my friends on rec.food.preserving, may you have
    a good 2012 and get to use all your preserving skills.

    George, Anne, and Tilly Dawg

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    Carol S Guest

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    Merry Christmas George and everyone here.....hope everyone has a healthy
    and safe New Year too......Carol


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    Beti Guest

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    On Dec 24, 3:36*pm, George Shirley <gmshir...@suddenlink.net> wrote:
    > A Merry Christmas to all my friends on rec.food.preserving, may you have
    > a good 2012 and get to use all your preserving skills.
    >
    > George, Anne, and Tilly Dawg


    Happy Holidays to you and yours and everyone here. Thanks for
    everyone's advice, inspiration and company.

    Best,

    Beti

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    songbird Guest

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    George Shirley wrote:

    > A Merry Christmas to all my friends on rec.food.preserving, may you have
    > a good 2012 and get to use all your preserving skills.
    >
    > George, Anne, and Tilly Dawg


    thank you George, Christmas was great for
    me. nobody gave me a thing i couldn't use
    and i'd already given them the presents of
    jams so it was all good.

    at the moment i'm in the collecting for
    the next summer phase of preserving.

    glad to hear your gardens are doing well
    now that the drought has broken.


    songbird

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    George Shirley Guest

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    On 12/27/2011 5:02 PM, songbird wrote:
    > George Shirley wrote:
    >
    >> A Merry Christmas to all my friends on rec.food.preserving, may you have
    >> a good 2012 and get to use all your preserving skills.
    >>
    >> George, Anne, and Tilly Dawg

    >
    > thank you George, Christmas was great for
    > me. nobody gave me a thing i couldn't use
    > and i'd already given them the presents of
    > jams so it was all good.
    >
    > at the moment i'm in the collecting for
    > the next summer phase of preserving.
    >
    > glad to hear your gardens are doing well
    > now that the drought has broken.
    >
    >
    > songbird

    Thank you. We usually send Miz Anne's four siblings a gift box with
    things we have preserved. This year they got baggies of dehydrated
    rosemary, basil, bay leaves, oregano, and thyme. In addition each got a
    jar of pear jelly and another of kumquat marmalade. We talked to each of
    them in turn on Monday as they called us. They all live in Maryland and
    are really good people but don't garden much except for flowers and
    ornamentals.

    Of course we're pretty much all in our seventies with the exception of
    the "baby," who just turned sixty. <G>

    We gifted a number of our friends with jars of jelly or jam and all
    seemed pleased. Of course our kids, grandkids, and great grands always
    get stuff we put up over the year. I was gifted with 20 lbs of
    pork/venison sausage earlier this month and each of our young families
    got a share. Luckily only two of the grandkids are married but we do
    have an elder granddaughter who is putting herself through a degree in
    "Information Science" and we help her out with goodies quite often. Good
    kid too, asked her what that degree meant and she said, "Think Library
    Science." She's a children's librarian in a Harris County, TX library at
    the moment and is thrilled. She says that's the only job in the world
    where you get paid to do crafts and play with kids.

    May you all have a safe and enjoyable New Year.

    George, painting the house inside - still.

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