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Sent Brad Renninger an email to get his address again. This time, I did write it down in the green paperback book I have plus added it in the computer address book.; even found some seeds he wanted and included with the 25 mini-blind plant markers I promised, addressed the envelope and it is ready to go on Dec. 27 which is next business day. Don't have time to go to post office today plus it would be too crowded. I will email him again when it is mailed so he'll know to watch for it. He's a newbie to wintersowing this year.
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Work on reducing paper clutter
I am looking for a Gardenweb.com member's address..I had promised to send him 25 mini-blind plant markers and I know his name/address is written on a small piece of paper somewhere here on my computer desk. From now on, I will write any addresses of gardening friends in the green paperback note pad that I keep in the computer desk area so I don't forget it. Now I'll have to ask Brad for his name/address again.
When I find helpful websites related to gardening..notate in my Dave's Garden garden diary..That way I can always refer back to it. Once a week, clear the top of the computer desk off from paper clutter or make it a habit of doing it every few days so it doesn't look so messy.
Start writing down notes in the spiral compostion books again and dating the entries. By doing it that way, it will eliminate a lot of paper clutter.
Learn more computer skills...make use of our computer center or pay somebody to come here and teach me. I want to learn how to use our camera more and to learn how to post pictures to the gardening websites I visit. Learn how to do a spreadsheet. Check into either using what software I have first.
Learn how to start seeds inside using light systems.