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RE: Rain

So Auralie, did you stand out in the rain and dance? I am sure you
plants will just love it! Glad you finally got some...


> It's raining!  Much needed good steady rain.  It has promised to rain,
> only a few drops
> would fall.  Last weekend an outdoor concert was rained out at the
park a
> few
> miles
> away but not a drop fell here.  We are just in a dry pocket.  But this
> a
> beautiful
> rain.  I spent three hours trying to catch up in the garden this
> so
> have been
> pretty wiped out this afternoon, but this good rain cheers me up.
> Auralie

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