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A small amount of hail this a.m. on my way to church this a.m. made me
shiver a bit, but when I got home I heard that some places in Texas were
getting massive quantities of much larger hail!  I hope none of you in Texas
were "beaten-down" by that weather event!  I also saw a news story about
fires in Florida again.  Is it fire season already?  Hopefully none of you
in Florida were impacted by the fires.  And I understand the ones in
Colorado are getting under control from the same system bringing the
"chillys" back to us in the mid-west.  Hope all is well out there too.  

Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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