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Re: Problem

  • Subject: Re: Problem
  • From: EntICE11@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 26 Jun 2003 18:24:25 EDT


Have to tell you all..it is that time of year when all but rainy days are 
spent outside...
House gets neglected...so do a lot of the indoor chores..
Two more exceptions to the rule might be when it gets too hot to move 
outside...and when you have to spend your time checking the pump to make sure you get 
all you can drained out of the 6 to 7 inches of rain that fell at our house 
Tuesday...in Minnesota. We did need some rain..but WOW.

My heart goes out to the folks in Buffalo Lake Mn that got hit with a monster 
tornado, and the south west Suburbs that were hit with the winds. 
Just came from there where the electric company is still trying to get power 
to people. One business or a block at a time.

Blaine, Mn

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