We all have had an eventful 4 days and some had more than others. My area had a lot of rain and a steady wind but not too damaging. I think people that where in the line of Irene did not wait to take care of things this time and that saved a lot of lives and damage from happening. Some things you can't stop like flooding but still take precaution's. Tornadoes in place that never have them was a nightmare but still survived. Hope we don't have another soon. God bless everyone.
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I found tulip and hyacinth bulbs that I hadn't planted - and now it's WINTER! * Use a container, layer the bulbs in potting soil, and leave outdoors for the rest of winter. They should sprout in the spring when the ground warms up.
Tulips, hyacinths, lilies, even amaryllis should survive the snow and come out in the spring/early summer.
We can do anything we put our minds to if we try hard enough. We just can't expect it to be easy all the time. I survived cancer and I can survive this and be the person I want to be.
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