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Oh lovely rain.....will you ever go away??

Monday, June 07, 2010

What a crazy week... wow we are getting silly weather some snow lots of wind some funnel clouds around and oh yes the rain rain and more rain. The river is looking angry and running over it's banks. I sure hope everyone has done okay with the damages and flooding. Good thing we had radishes last week....not sure it will be a great garden year. Love the reminders that it reflects though. Not my way......my makers way. Busy trying to get organized and also t-ball going on. Will be back soon. Love ya all and miss ya lots!!

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  • LINDAMARIEZ1
    we get a ton of rain too! have a sweet day!
    spark hug
    linda
    228 days ago
  • SHIITAKE


    Rain, rain go away.......Marty ! We have had a good deal of rain also, but no snow......in fact
    it has been above average temps for the last few months ! No one can predict what the
    weather will be doing.....that's for sure !

    It's good to see you back on SP......glad you are doing better, little by little ! Step by step, day
    by day, my friend ! Take care of yourself, and hope to see you on SP more often !
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    3544 days ago
  • no profile photo CD2997934
    We were pretty dry here in the North East until this past weekend. We were below our rain fall for the year also. We have been having nice warm weather until Sunday and today it's in the sixty. I think we have had enough rain for a while now we need our warmer weather back.
    We need to patch our pool it sprung a leak during the winter. I pray we can patch it we do not have the money for a new liner. So if it comes to a new liner down comes the pool.
    Well you take care and have a wonderful summer.
    Hugs Lorraine emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3545 days ago
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