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Re: Storm

Donna, Can't believe you got all that rain, wind and fury when we didn't get 
a drop. My pond is mostly mud now and my collection tanks are nearly empty 
too. Well, the farmers around here are fond of saying "Don't worry. It always 
rains a moment before it's too late." Hope that's true this time. No doubt it 
will happen tonite when we will be at the Champaign Arts Fair at "Shakespeare in 
the Park". Altho I love theater I prob wouldn't go in this heat and humidity 
if my daughter weren't actively involved. The parenting never ends does it! 

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