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Re: Re: good morning/weather

well Kitty... that is true and right now I am fine with being indoors, but give me another 30days indoors and I start going nuts.

The only thing that saves me is working in the greenhouse on weekends.
Something refreshing about 80 degrees, smelling plants and running your
fingers thru the soil.


> Re > y'all must have a slight

> > masochistic streak to endure such conditions.


> You know, Pam, we don't just stand around all day outside when it is

> below zero. And we do have furnaces. There's nothing happening in the

> garden demanding our attention, like watering ;+). I agree though that I

> wouldn't want an outside job in that weather, like fixing potholes or

> climbing telephone poles. Actually, I wouldn't want to do that kind of

> work in any weather.



> Kitty

> > My folks said it was sub-zero in NE PA now - y'all must have a slight

> > masochistic streak to endure such conditions. Or you're just a heck of a

> > lot tougher than me. 70 degrees today but cooler (back to highs in the

> > 50's) by the weekend.

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