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Re: anyone heard from.....

I left work early today since it was so nice out. Still have a zillion
things to do outside and don't need any more storms till I can finish
cleaning up from the last one Please!

  Forecast map show me right on the edge..hopefully I will stay in the green rain and not the red...

Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:
  As the saying goes...water, water everywhere, but not a drop at Auralie's, 
Daryl's, or Pam's house. It's just not fair, is it?

It's a very pretty day here, I'm so sorry some of you are having a rough 
time of it. I don't really stay on top of the weather and had thought the 
rough stuff had passed for everyone for ahwile. Obviously not. I just 
checked weather.com and it looks like we're in for a few scattered storms 
this weekend (hopefully not during our plant sale!), but halleluiah! it 
looks like cooler temps are coming. Tomorrow will be 89 and then it goes 
down to highs in the 70s. I think it just might be time to call in sick....

neIN, Zone 5
----- Original Message ----- 
Sent: Wednesday, June 11, 2008 5:15 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] anyone heard from.....

> We've been at a State Garden Club meeting and symposium
> across the river at West Point since Monday - only 15 miles away but
> the meetings ran late at night and we didn't want to have to drive
> the percipitous and winding Bear Mountain Road at night, and back
> again for an early morning meeting, especially in the intense heat
> wave we've been having. Anyway, yesterday evening a violent storm
> hit during the evening meeting - extreme thunder, constant lightning,
> winds, torrential rains - trees down and power outages. We were
> especially glad not to be driving home in that. But guess what, when
> we got home this afternoon, telling ourselves that we hoped there
> hadn't been damage on this side of the river, but that we surely needed
> the rain - we found there hadn't been a drop here! The first thing I had
> to do was get right out and carry water. At least the extreme heat has
> moderated a bit - it was only 87 when I was hauling water, instead of the
> 98 it had been the day before. What crazy weather! First a late, cool,
> dry spring, then sudden extreme heat and still dry. What next?
> Auralie
> In a message dated 6/11/2008 1:43:32 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:
> Kitty we've heard from, but not Gene. Hope all are well w/ this crazy
> weather. Wish the rain would go visit Auralie and Daryl. They would
> welcome it (w/out the twirlies of course).
> We could use some here, but not as bad as they need it back East.
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