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        Dear Dana,
        We are in agreement!  I didn't like snow and cold t even as a child.
When the other kids said, "Oh look!  It snowed!  Let's go."  I said, "Mommy,
please make some hot choclate, got my blanket and cuddled up with a good
book or my dolls.  I only remember two times having fun playing in it.  Once
I got in trouble for having so much fun I was late for school.  The other
time I ended up in the hospital.  We were on our sleds and a kid ran into me
and broke 2 ribs.  Fun?  Ha.  I love the desert.

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