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RE: What's Blooming

Flowers ha! I am also in the cold and snow here.... send pictures to
keep us warm :)

Hoping that 10" doesn't come here....all though they were predicting
some for today in the 1-3 category.


> In a message dated 2/1/04 10:34:22 PM, tchessie@comcast.net writes:
> << I also have daffodils blooming and a lovely anemone. >>
> Theresa, that sounds so wonderful.  We are in the midst of a storm
> predicted measurement of 10" more snow. Our daffodils will be a
> treat in a
> few months.
>     Ceres

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