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Re: 2005

  • Subject: Re: 2005
  • From: maria guzman mirror@3RIVERS.NET
  • Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2004 16:46:24 -0700

Permanently.  I don't care if I ever see another snowflake.  But it's too
soon to say when we go.


>Hi Maria,
>Frigid here, but not like your weather.  And, my minis and dwarfs are
>blooming like mad as well.  They much prefer this to summer!  Will you be
>moving back to Arizona permanently?
>Happy, happy new year.
>maria guzman <mirror@3RIVERS.NET> wrote:
>Zero F and below here, grey skies and snow, but my dwarf pellies are
>blooming their heads off. Something to be grateful for. We're thinking
>Arizona next year. Meanwhile New Year's greetings spread enthusiastically
>Maria on the Montana Rocky Mt'n. Front

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