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Re: hallelujah/cold

Ceres, that is fun too....and productive!  I usually tend to do  "indoor" 
projects too during the weeks of cold or hot weather.  Gives me a  break from 
gardening for a bit, and lets me have fun inside too.  However,  when the weather 
spells only last a day or two, it just isn't enough time to get  into any 
larger projects....but it was great time to catch up on  email.    I'm sure if 
the heater had not worked, I too would have  done some serious physical 
exercise.  Fighting with stubborn wallpaper is  definitely a "warming" project.  LOL  
Sure hope your furnace is  working again?   Brrrrrrrr.......can't even 
imagine.  We had  record low "high" temp yesterday, at the airport anyway (which is 
an hour north  of here) of 38 degrees.   Brrrrrrrrr.....
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/19/2006 11:02:43 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Noreen,  I didn't venture out yesterday because it was so cold but instead
stripped  wall paper from a 2nd floor bathroom.   That was while the  furnace
failed also.   Working hard kept me warmer by diverting  my thoughts.

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