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Re: Snow!

I am sure the man upstairs will understand that you
can not make the early mass this morning.... stay put
and wait till it is safe for you to go....


--- Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:

> We're some 40-45 miles north of Eva in Westchester
> County.  So far about 5 
> inches 
> of very light, fluffy snow, and the temperature has
> risen to 18 degrees from 
> 1.9 this
> morning.  It's supposed to continue until
> mid-morning and amount to about a 
> foot, 
> but isn't accumulating much right now.  I just hope
> I can keep my old man from
> shoveling until the plow people get here to do it
> for us.  We are off the 
> mail road
> so don't have town clearance, and our 50+foot
> driveway holds a lot of snow.  
> The
> people we contract with sometimes put us last
> because they know we don't have
> to get out to catch a train.  I suspect we won't
> make early church tomorrow 
> morning.
> Auralie - New York
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