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Re: weather


Try visiting Singapore! I felt I was swimming underwater!
Cathy
On Wednesday, January 28, 2004, at 08:38 PM, Pamela J. Evans wrote:

Must be nice to never (or hardly ever) see freezing.
But that humidity y'all have down there - ugh. I was only in Houston
once - many years ago - a business trip for Merrill Lynch in late
October. Thought I was going to croak w/ that humidity. Can't imagine
what it's like in the summer. Think DC and worse all you East Coast
folks. Talk about bad hair days!!


:-D

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