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RE: rain dance is working!

I am so glad you got some rain! :)

Take the night off and enjoy it...


> Rich - you're the best!   Keep doing the dance, they say maybe more
> rain late tonight or tomorrow!  Got 3/4" this afternoon.  Gonna go out
> on the porch and enjoy the nice rain smell, open up a bottle of bday
> vino (thanks Eva) and look at my new daylilies that are now blooming
> (thanks Judy).   If I ever get up to the Midwest, Rich is gonna have
> to teach me this dance.   I went out and did one at break around
> lunchtime and my co-workers were laughing at me.
> Who cares??  We got rain!
> --
> Pam Evans
> Kemp TX
> zone 8A

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