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Re: Re: temps


"I know how our humidity is and I assume you to suffer but 
Texas is dry, right?  The old saying I hear about Arizona is 'but it is
dry heat'."

Yeah, we have those 98% hunmidity days too, that's when my hair triples
in volume! I steer clear of all the hair products that offer to volumize
your hair. And I've heard that "dry heat" saying, but 110 degrees - dry
or wet - doesn't appeal to me.


I enjoy the change of seasons here. As much as I like gardening, I don't
want to do it year round. I prefer that sense of spring renewal. I like
the down time to make plans and read catalogs and to do other things I
enjoy. Sure we have winter days of 0 degrees and lower at times, and as
I age I seem to be more affected by cold, as Donna mentioned, but I can
turn up the thermostat or put on a sweater. And relax a little.


Kitty

-------Original Message-------
From: Cersgarden@aol.com
Sent: 05/29/03 06:05 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT]   temps

> 
> In a message dated 5/29/03 9:26:05 AM, kmrsy@earthlink.net writes:

<< Makes you wonder why northerners retire to Florida. >>

Kitty, coming from Michigan they are not wise to humidity .... I know
Florida 
has humidity.  I know how our humidity is and I assume you to suffer but 
Texas is dry, right?  The old saying I hear about Arizona is 'but it is
dry heat'.
    Ceres



If you have weeds, you don't have enough plants.

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