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I'm confused about what the profile address is supposed to be ... I followed the example, and it keeps telling me it has to be alpha numeric. I tried putting a number in, and get the same message. Very frustrating.
Thanks folks! Sounds like plenty of water is the key!
They are probably going to have to sit overnight in pots (getting a load of dirt, and it can't be delivered on the day we pull the plants. ) I'll give them some water in their temporary homes, then water again when they're in the new spots.
Sunny and warm today.
Listened to the Indy 500 on the radio ... good race. Might tune in to see a bit of the NASCAR race.
Off to Costco to use my rebate check for stocking up ... got tissues, laundry and dishwasher detergent, etc. Stopped at $ store to get a few more things. Hopefully, won't need to do any major shopping the rest of ...
How about something like poster paint? Doesn't cost much and you might find a close match.
(Did that in my very 1st apartment when I scratched the wall while moving stuff out.)
Glad things are progressing! Continuing to send prayers for a speedy recovery!
(Every one I've known who had a joint replacement agrees that the therapy is the toughest part. But once they were past that, they were very happy they made the decision to have surgery.)
I need to move a small rose bush and some hostas to another part of the garden. Anyone have any tips for doing this without killing them?
Warm and sunny.
Off to Meijer today for a stock up, between that and Aldi, my grocery budget got a workout.
Ordered the dirt for the garden extension, so have lots more work ahead this weekend to get things ready. But it will be nice to get this finished (and on to the next project!)
When I've done that, I try to "feather" the paint out a bit around the spot to help it blend in a bit better.
Yes, you can ... we do because it helps with cleanup. Though juices/sauces can still get under the foil.