Re: [Lemon-Grove-Organic-Edibles-Garden-Club­] garden club

From: Marge D.
Sent on: Monday, October 1, 2012 3:37 PM
I am the caregiver for my husband who received a lung transplant 5 years ago. The medicine he has to take to prevent rejection is very strong and not good for the other organs in his body. I retired from my job to help him. I found a website that is very helpful for the issues that caregivers experience. It is www.caregiving.com. Please check it out. I will be praying for you and your husband.
Marge Damberger
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From: Jane Roush <[address removed]>
To: Lemon-Grove-Organic-Edibles-Garden-Club-list <[address removed]>
Sent: Mon, Oct 1,[masked]:10 pm
Subject: Re: [Lemon-Grove-Organic-Edibles-Garden-Club] garden club

So sorry to hear this news for your family and your husband. We could all help you in some way I am sure.
 
Shopping?
 
Do you need help watering your garden? Planting? Anything we could do for you as a club??  Please let us know.
 
Love you-Jane


From: Marianne West <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Mon, October 1,[masked]:40:44 AM
Subject: [Lemon-Grove-Organic-Edibles-Garden-Club] garden club

ust wanted to send you a quick message to let you know what is going on over here.
Recently, my husband was diagnosed with cancer and we decided to bring him back to perfect health through natural means. He first spend 2 weeks at the Optimal Health Institute here in lemon Grove and now we are following the Gerson Therapy. Even though all the literature is warning that the therapy requires a lot of work, I wasn't quite prepared how much work this really is. I don't want to go into details (if you are interested, contact me and I am happy to share - if I have time:), but I am finding myself to literally have no time left for even my garden. I am hoping this will get better, but for the time being, I am dropping anything and everything I was doing.
 
I am sharing this for 2 reasons. One is that we are going through insane amounts of produce and would welcome any extras (organic only) you might have. High on the list are lettuce - dark leaf varieties such as Romaine, Green Leaf, Red Leaf, Escarole; Potatoes; Carrots; Onions;Red cabbage; Oranges; Lemons; Apples; and other fresh vegies in season. Feel free to share :) or to plant extra.
 
The second reason is that even though I am hoping that this will turn into a more manageable routine and I will be back in action, I am calling on all of you to keep this club going. I think we had a great start and that we all feel a need to continually learn and also to share what we know. April will post all the Edible Society meetings at the site - thank you, April - and I encourage all of you to attend, but also would love for you to come up with meet up ideas and post them here. It could be a garden tour, a trip to one or several nurseries, a workday at your yard, or to come together in somebodies yard for a coffee or a potluck anything. Please step up and be a leader.
 
That is all for now and hope you all are well.
 
Marianne
 




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