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    Vice Admiral Virtuoso methodistgirl's Avatar
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    Well, the yard looks like a swimming pool and the neighbors yard behind
    me has a lake in it after such a rain storm with hail. Krummhorn if I could
    I would send you this rain. I'm sick of it! Wait until this summer it will be
    105 degrees again and feels like Arizona in the middle of a dessert again
    without a drop of rain with everything dying and turning brown. I wished
    that some of this rain could wait until we acually need it.[disgusted look
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    I've heard some people say that there are only three seasons in Maine: winter, mud, and bugs. Don't you hate such cynical people?!

    It's mud season right now.....

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    I know one thing. If it doesn't stop raining I will need a boat to get to
    the mail box tomorrow. Everything is trying to flood now. The weather
    channel has us under a red alert on that until tomorrow and more rain.
    I wished the sun would come out and dry up some of this
    mess.
    judy tooley

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    Krummhorn comments on it raining here in Kentucky. I envy the nice
    weather he's getting in Arizona. It stormed all day yesterday and all
    night and rained as hard as it could. It's still raining just a little bit.
    No wonder that I have a headache with lightening flashing through
    the window where I couldn't sleep too good. Everytime I dozed
    off it would start thundering and lightening to wake me up. I had
    to cover my face before I could sleep. The reason why, I live
    pretty close to what is considered Tornado Alley right in that
    part of Kentucky just below Evansville,Ind. in the south central
    area. So when the sirens start to blow I get a bit weary. We
    had a tornado to rip this place apart the same year that New
    Orleans suffered Katrina. It was a mess. Still some of the
    places I used to go to is no more.
    judy tooley

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    Being in tornado country must be a real nightmare ... I couldn't live there and cope with what you do.

    Seems most every region has its weather happenings ... When I lived in California, it was earthquakes, sometimes jolting hard enough to have whitecaps in the swimming pools.
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    Talking about earthquakes, I don't live too far from the New Madrid
    Fault either. Tornados don't happen here to often thank God for
    that or I would be moving to Arizona to live with you and your
    family. I have felt a trimmer or two in my lifetime but I don't think
    I would want to live where earthquakes shake me up that often
    either. But it's hard to tell trimmers from the blasting going at the
    coal mines. When there's fire in the hole of a stripper pit the
    blast shakes the earth quite a bit. Right now I think the worst
    of the rain is over for a while then there's next week.
    judy tooley

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    Snowing again here...

    Oh well, can't last much longer.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ouled Nails
    I've heard some people say that there are only three seasons in Maine: winter, mud, and bugs. Don't you hate such cynical people?!

    It's mud season right now.....
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
    ''The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work.'' - Michael Jackson


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    Rojo it's like all the rain that we are getting here. It's raining again!
    For the second streight day it's still raining. We've had
    only one pretty day this past week.
    judy tooley

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    Why don't you send some of your rain over here, Judy; it would help melt the snow...
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
    ''The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work.'' - Michael Jackson


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    Quote Originally Posted by rojo View Post
    Why don't you send some of your rain over here, Judy; it would help melt the snow...
    rojo

    You´re not very lucky it seems this year rojo - the snow, still falling down from the heavens. I´ll keep prying for you and your country men and women.

    Here in Denmark it looks to get sunny today. Though freezin´ during the night, the sky is blue, no clouds, no wind and the temperature? Well, to early to say, but I guess it could be around 58 degrees fahrenheit, if we´re lucky.
    Best regards,
    intet_at_tabe

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    Oh sunny sky why did you hide away for so long? Hey there Mr. Blue
    I'm so pleased to be with you.-Electric Light Orchestra. It's going to
    be a sun shiny day on this sunday. Last sunday it was raining.
    judy tooley

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    Well Rojo

    You must have had enough of the snow, and sent some my way.

    Not as much as you I am sure, but this morning I looked out of the window, and thought I saw a Christmas card.

    White covering, but still a little bit of sunshine. The weather people do say it will get worse though.

    I expect nice Spring weather now.


    Margaret

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    Even though the sun is shining, fog has poured in and it looks like
    London England outside at 39 degrees.

    Now you can read why I say, Hello Mr. Blue sky. I just went around
    Madisonville with my lady friend to get a bite to eat. Since it came all
    of that rain, I wished you could see. There is flooding everywhere!
    Businesses were flooded out, I looked over where a grocery store is
    at and behind was a whole field full of flood water. Some of the roads
    are even closed off with water on top. It rained all week last week
    except for two days. It was horrible! Madisonville is known to flood
    in low areas. Where a Mexican restaurant is looks like a big lake with
    the restaurant in the middle. May I have a response?


    I live in a town where some parts of it is flooded. Madisonville reminded
    me of Venice, Italy where I went today.
    judy tooley
    Last edited by Krummhorn; Apr-07-2008 at 00:45. Reason: mpm

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    Monday morning, all sunny from a blue sky, no winds and all the flowers that had a nasty snowing surpice some week ago are back, straonger than before.

    It will be a great day.
    Best regards,
    intet_at_tabe

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    Thanks for the sympathy, Judy, intet and Margaret.

    Today is actually a beautiful day; the snow here is melting, and the forecast is for warmer temps. Yay!

    I'm thinking of changing coats, and I drove with the car window open today.

    I swear, I'm not responsible for sending snow your way, Margaret.
    ''Music, I feel, should be emotional first and intellectual second.'' - Maurice Ravel
    ''The greatest education in the world is watching the masters at work.'' - Michael Jackson


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