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Re: Virtual Christmas

Dana, I grew up in Lubbock, Texas (Monterey 1963 and Texas Tech 1966), and
my ambition was always to live where trees grew by accident!  I've achieved
that!   I taught English at Coronado in 1968-70. Our sons have both gone to
Tech -- the younger will graduate next May, we  hope!   I remember snow
there so deep no one went anywhere for three days,  the winter of 1968-69.
Sounds like nothing to those up north, but I really take winter weather
quite personally!!
Patricia Roberson, in Goldthwaite, Texas, where it's downright cold tonight!

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