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Re: Ah, spring...

Enjoy it, Jim.  We have mostly overcast skies, very windy,
and 43 degrees.  I've had a delivery of perennial plants, and
there is much that needs to be done outside, but I just don't
seem able to push these old bones out into that chilly wind.
And now they are saying we will have a nor'easter this
weekend.  Brrr!!
In a message dated 04/13/2007 1:13:38 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
islandjim1@verizon.net writes:

NOAA says it's 87 at the Sarasota airport. My weather station says it's 
86 in my back yard. Gotta go to the income tax guy at 4--it'll likely 
be 90 by then. Guess I'm done complaining about sweatshirts and long 
pants until December. Time for Ms Fatma and me to start arguing about 
the A/C setting.

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