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Re: weather

A very blustery day here today!  It rained late afternoon yesterday and came
down hard last night.  It's so windy, I hope it tones down a bit this
afternoon as I'd like to get some things done outside today.  Beautiful
bright blue sky.  Like Auralie, my snowdrops are blooming, and even 2 Dutch
crocus.  The Colchicum are bravely pushing their thick leaves up an inch or

Donna, sorry to hear about your flooding again.  Seems like you or your
addition may want to do some major ditching if possible to take care of the
recurring problem.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Donna" <justme@prairieinet.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Friday, March 05, 2004 9:00 AM
Subject: [CHAT] weather

> Been a tad busy lately, but those to the east watch out for this latest
storm heading your way.....
> I am flooding out again, actually everywhere there is so much water from
> this storm it is unreal and black clouds are moving in again :( It is in
> the 60's now but the low tonight is supposed to be in the 20's--
> wonderful!:(
> Pam, I wish I could send you some... I am starting on the ark this
> Maddie, your mother moved out just in time-- Thorn Creek huge ditches
> that run thru Park Forest have overflowed... and it is going to rain
> more shortly.
> Donna
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