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Re: Storms - Hot

About 6:30 this morning a sever thunderstorm rolled through here with 
straight line winds of up to 100 mph.  I was awakened by the beeping of the power 
surge protector.  We got our power restored about 7:30 tonight.  I lost a 
humungous limb from the big pecan tree in the back yard.  It went through a lawn 
chair which prevented it's squishing all my brugmansias.  I had just moved them 
underneath it.  Tomorrow my friend is coming with a chain saw to help me move 
it.  We got off easy compared to the people in Memphis.  I understand that 
three-fourths of Memphis Power & Light's customers are still without power.  I was 
not looking forward to sleeping in a hot house -- with three irritable 
grandchildren. <LOL> The cats all survived the storm, for which I was extremely 
thankful.  I'm sure they are ecstatic that the street in front of my house has been 
closed because of downed trees.

Hope Lynda fared as well in Tipton County as we did in Fayette.

zone  7
West TN

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