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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th February 2011, 06:37

Now what can I say about this new member, some of us will remember her from another forum. Judy, otherwise known as "scubamid" is our newest member. Apassionate rose grower from Qld. I am guessing that she would have been through some of Qld's weather, but I will let Judy tell her story. So from me and on behalf of our other members, welcome Judy.

P.S. lol! Had any snakes or been bogged lately roflmao
P.P.S. don't forget to post roflmao
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Post by RitaG on 5th February 2011, 09:16

Hi Judy! A very warm welcome to you. Probably not the best choice of words as the east coast of Australia is going though this exasperatingly, humid, clammy summer heat we have unfortunately ended up with. It sounds like its now poor VICs turn. As David alluded, I hope that QLDs experience of the recent cyclone and floods up there have not caused you and yours any grief. From memory, you would have been near, if not right in the thick of the cyclone?? Glad to see you (& furry friends are safe).

We look forward to your input. I am also so glad that you used your real name as your handle. Makes it so easy to know who one is talking to as I have to admit, I am not good at retaining handle names any longer.

I am hoping that other rose friends from the former forum days will take up the invitation to join us soon. Reminds me that I need to post some old pics of the former GW RIO member get togethers. Stay cool. Rita.
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Post by Barbara B on 5th February 2011, 10:59

Hi Judy,
welcome to Rose Talk.
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Post by Meryl on 5th February 2011, 19:36

Excellent move, Judy. I'm hoping for pix of your dogs as well as the garden. Cheers. Meryl

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Post by rosemeadow on 8th February 2011, 00:00

Hi Judy, I am glad to see you here ! Hey, did any of the roses I sent to you grow into anything worth while ? How did your survive the cyclone ?
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