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From: Jean Mayfield Cuevas <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD-L] peanuts
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2001 20:52:38 -0500
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Well, Vera,

I must plead ignorant, when it comes to knowing how peanuts grow!
:) Mother had a wonderful green thumb, and so did her dad, and I can
remember some wonderful tomatoes and other vegetables which they grew, but
I was never around her grandpa, so peanuts are out of my range of knowledge!

I can imagine that the green ones could really do a little person
in! Knowing my mother and her siblings, they were such meanies as kids,
and liked to give their grandpa fits, that I can just imagine what all they
pulled when they were there! I really lived through my mother's memories
of her childhood! :)


At 03:23 PM 10/16/01 -0600, you wrote:
>I'll bet a lot of farmers tried their hand at peanuts, if he had the right
>kind of soil. Maybe not a big patch. That was one job even the little ones
>could help with, pulling those peanuts from the vines. Give you a belly ache
>if you ate to many of those "green" ones while doing this job.
>Don't tell me you didn't know they grew on vines and under the ground like

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