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Re: Oklahoma Tornadoes

Just passed us and the barn where I ride! Such luck! I couldn't believe
it! The rain has been great since I've been planting shrubs and bushes
galore! I'm "embraacing the shade" and realizing that flowers may not do
as well as shrubs under all these trees. Fran, OKC

Zemuly@aol.com wrote:Fran, I just heard about tornadoes yesterday near Oklahoma City. Were you 
affected? Are you all right? You rain is arriving here now; however, we are 
fortunately not expecting severe weather.

zone 7
West TN

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