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Old 06-03-2002, 08:32 AM
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Perhaps we need a dedicated RETOUCH PRO ACTION ARCHIVE forum or something. Or perhaps a GOODIES folder - as there are other presets which might be useful too (brushes, swatches, styles, textures etc)
I was just thinking that as I glanced over your posts... I can't wait to read what you wrote more closely and try your action. Right now I'm off to do some plowing in the garden so the studying will have to wait till this afternoon...

I really appreciate your additions and help - thanks for taking the time to post such in depth replies.
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I did. Really. Today. I have a HUGE garden out back and I worked in it.

And I have a bunch of lawn that takes 3 days to mow... And a great front porch with a glider and a fountain and some hummingbirds and flowers...

I get out sometimes. Honest.
Oh Man...that sounds wonderful! May I drop by and sit in the glider a while? Your porch has a fountain?
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Old 06-03-2002, 02:26 PM
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Oh Man...that sounds wonderful! May I drop by and sit in the glider a while? Your porch has a fountain?
Of course you may! Too bad I don't still live in Portland...

I just did some plowing, and a rough measurement of the garden and flower beds so that I'd know how much additives to get and they're about 2800 sq. ft. The yard is pretty close to an acre.

The porch runs the entire length of the front of the house. I LOVE a good porch. The fountain is just a small electric one. It's kind of a Spanish style. Sort of terra cotta colored, and the water runs from what looks like a spigot on the back down into a catch bowl. I love hearing it and the wind chimes though. It's very peaceful.
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