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Re: Snow day

We did not receive as much snow as Kitty or Donna but certainly enough. We 
had black ice under the snow which made the morning commute yesterday morning a 
big mess.   Tow trucks are banded when the weather is bad which creates roads 
that   look like a junk yard with cars/trucks everywhere & every position.   
Many schools were cancelled as was my granddaughters.   Today is bright, sunny 
and the wind is mild but at 1 PM it was 8 degrees.   Weather man says temps in 
the 30s by Mon.   Come on Monday!!
     BTW my granddaughter said it was fun to have a snowday and seniors do 
not need to makeup the day.
     Hang in there Kitty and Donna.   It won't be long we will complaining of 
the heat & humidity.   Meanwhile, I made a trip to the dentist this morning 
and I am in for the day.

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