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Posted by greg h on April 15, 2004 at 17:39:44 from (

In Reply to: Rye grass plant-.. posted by Fern(MI) on April 15, 2004 at 16:54:14:

i dont know about some old crusty storys but i know about the fact that if you put memorys on a floppy, a cassette, an 8 track, or put them in your pocket they cant compare to the way you remember them memorys when you tell them to a child, ( not all of them lol) my boy spent a day with fern and learned about life, death, taking care of your responsabilitys, family life and god. this is his story he got to roll around with 12 kittens just born a few days ago (i think theres less he must have been talkin to fern) he helped put into the ground a young boy or girl bovine? did i say that right? all i know is that i live north of detroit and south of heaven, can i say (down on the farm) living this far north? anyways he learned alot more that day than i even know how to explain to him i think he got it! country life is where it iS!! P.S. i think im going to pitch the boys PS-2 in the trash (HE CAN PLAY WITH FERN!!)

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