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Re: Whopper of a storm tonight!

We were expecting rain last night, but it didn't come in until wee hours and 
wow - tremendous wind, thunder, lightning.  Don't know how much we got, but I 
saw some flooded areas on the way to work this morning as it was still coming 
down, but finishing up.

I'm assuming the 'first ever birthday party' is not for a 1yr old in the 
family, but for you.  Have a good one.

> Good morning! Wow, did we have some major storms move through Iowa
> tonight...our entire hospital (the largest University owned teaching
> hospital in the world!!!) is leaking from one end to the other with the
> force of the wind driven rain we had earlier...the poor housekeeping
> staff who will be coming in shortly are going to be some very busy
> people. Can't wait to go home and see how much rain we actually
> accumulated...we needed the rain very badly here. The humidity over the
> weekend was a killer! And considering that my husband and I moved every
> lick of furniture out of our living room (including a piano, a computer
> workstation, an antique wardrobe, and an entertainment center in
> addition to the rest of the junk in there!) and then put in new carpet,
> we could have used some cooler weather! My poor garden is so neglected
> because of the remodeling we are doing inside, but fortunately I have 5
> days of vacation this week to whip it back into shape...I'm having my
> first ever
> birthday party this weekend and I want the gardens looking good for all
> my friends! Wish me luck and good weather, with enough nighttime
> rainfall thrown in to keep everything looking pretty! Good gardening to
> all of you as well..."see ya!" when I get back to the list sometime next
> week!
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."    
> --Albert Einstein
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