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You can't seem to get a happy medium any way, can you Pam.  It's
either too little or too much.  
We are terribly dry here - nothing since the flood in early March.
It has been cool until yesterday, when it shot up to the 90s -
45 degrees Sunday morning, and 92 degrees Tuesday afternoon -
Oh well.  This afternoon was overcast, big storm clouds, lots of
real Hudson-Valley-type, Rip van Winkle thunder, but not enough
rain fell to dampen the walk.  The cats all hid, like Sugar.  Now
the sun is out again.  Rats!  We need the rain terribly.
In a message dated 06/27/2007 5:55:01 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Cripes - we just had the second big storm of the day pass through.  So much
lightning and thunder you couldn't hear your self think.  I'm about to go
out and check for damage.  A couple hits were really, really close.  Sugar's
under the bed bless her heart.  3 inches at least so far today.

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