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Re: you ok?

I'm replying to the list, Miss Pam.  Yes, I am all right.  I worked at the
polls yesterday and didn't get home until after 7:30 p.m.  The weather was a
wild ride, to say the least!  We had a fire radio at the school where we were
voting and the alarms were going off on top of one another.  There were storms
all around us, but none hit here.  We didn't even get much rain, and I was
happy we missed the baseball sized hail.  The thunder storms that happened
when the second wave of the storm came throught about 11:30 p.m. were awesome.
The worst was just east of me and the sky looked like New York harbor on the
4th of July.  We were lucky in that we never lost power so I was able to keep
up with everything.  I surely was tired today. <LOL>
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Pam Evans
  To: Zemuly Sanders
  Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2008 3:28 PM
  Subject: you ok?

  just heard about the tornadoes.  you and kids alright dear??   LYB

  Pam Evans
  Kemp TX
  zone 8A

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