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    slemaster26
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    Hi, I have been a lurker for a while cause I don't have the net at

    home, I get the digest and can read the messages from my phone. I

    would love to know if someone could share with me the Suze Orman

    book. I can only be online a few times a month at the library and

    they don't have the book. (not planning on getting it either, low

    budget for new books right now) I can save to a memory card and then

    print at home. I am also wondering how do others with limited income

    and children manage? I have medical problems that my family does not

    understand, and I can't work because of. My husband works his tail

    off and we are constantly behind on all our bills, I joined this site

    for ideas, but not being able to ask for help from my phone (that my

    mom covers so the kids have access to 911) limits me to looking thru

    the archives on a very time limited base. If any can send messages

    to this thread I will be able to read them on my phone at night after

    9 eastern. We have 3 kids, an 11 year old son, and 3 and 1/2 year

    old boy/girl twins. My husband and I rent and are way behind on the

    rent but have a very understanding landlord (so far) and he has

    granted us permission to have a garden, wondering what can be planted

    this late in the season? Any help would be appriciated.





    Sarah








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    Val Coulman
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    Sarah, Peas, beans, lettuce or radishes can still be planted (unless you're

    really far north and even then they'll last longer if you're careful to

    cover them from risk of frost). Plus sometimes you can find cheap

    end-of-season starter plants for tomatoes, cucumbers, melons etc at stores

    at this time of year so they'll have a head start in your garden.







    On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 9:50 PM, slemaster26 <slemaster26@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > wondering what can be planted

    > this late in the season? Any help would be appriciated.

    >

    >

    > Sarah

    >







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    Val Coulman

    vcoulman@gmail.com








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    sarah yates
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    As far as plants are concerned you could probably still put in various beans, zucchini, some fall squash and maybe summer squash,melons, pumpkins, and cucumbers but try to get some plants each. Direct seeding might be very hard if we actually go through full KY summer, if that is near where you are.





    Hope this may help, I understand rough times.





    Sarah

    --- On Tue, 7/1/08, slemaster26 <slemaster26@yahoo.com> wrote:

    From: slemaster26 <slemaster26@yahoo.com>
    Subject: Budget101.com : Asking for a ton of info
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Tuesday, July 1, 2008, 12:50 AM


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    Hi, I have been a lurker for a while cause I don't have the net at
    home, I get the digest and can read the messages from my phone. I
    would love to know if someone could share with me the Suze Orman
    book. I can only be online a few times a month at the library and
    they don't have the book. (not planning on getting it either, low
    budget for new books right now) I can save to a memory card and then
    print at home. I am also wondering how do others with limited income
    and children manage? I have medical problems that my family does not
    understand, and I can't work because of. My husband works his tail
    off and we are constantly behind on all our bills, I joined this site
    for ideas, but not being able to ask for help from my phone (that my
    mom covers so the kids have access to 911) limits me to looking thru
    the archives on a very time limited base. If any can send messages
    to this thread I will be able to
    read them on my phone at night after
    9 eastern. We have 3 kids, an 11 year old son, and 3 and 1/2 year
    old boy/girl twins. My husband and I rent and are way behind on the
    rent but have a very understanding landlord (so far) and he has
    granted us permission to have a garden, wondering what can be planted
    this late in the season? Any help would be appriciated.

    Sarah






 

 

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