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Re: weather

As others have said, Richard, don't worry about her.  My daughter was
really homesick for maybe a week until classes got going and she
started making friends....after that she didn't want to come home:-)

She'll do fine.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Richard T. Apking <richa@midlands.net>
> Hi All,
> Just got back from a trip to the Southern edge of Kansas; took my
baby girl
> to college.  My sister, who lives there, managed to save a little
> weather for me, 105 on Thursday, 103 on Friday and expected 105
today; with
> humidity reminescent of my tours in Vietnam.
> I felt like such a SOB when the kid said, lets just go back home;
can't you
> take me with you?  Here's hoping that the homesickness goes away in
a few
> days.
> Nice to be back in the 90 degree weather.  Rich, cooling it in Z-5.

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