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Old 06-25-2007, 06:50 AM
 
Location: Trinity Florida
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Hey shenna Girl are you Nuts?? not HOT?? LOL...oh people its hot here however the humidity right now isnt as bad as it is in the Northeast, However Ive been told this is nothing compared to Aug and Sept...its been 94-98 degrees here...oh boy...

Oh and am I the only one who noticed it gets hotter as the day progresses?? eesshhh
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:49 AM
 
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Hey shenna Girl are you Nuts?? not HOT?? LOL...oh people its hot here however the humidity right now isnt as bad as it is in the Northeast, However Ive been told this is nothing compared to Aug and Sept...its been 94-98 degrees here...oh boy...

Oh and am I the only one who noticed it gets hotter as the day progresses?? eesshhh
Staci - This is a tiny taste of August...LOL! We are in a thunderstorm pattern right now. Which means that the day heats up in the morning, then we have afternoon thunderstorms, which turn it into a steamy, humid sauna. As we always say - it's the humidity!
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Old 06-25-2007, 09:17 AM
 
Location: Washington DC
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Moving the end of week to union county I am a born and raised Washingtonian of 47 years. When the DW and I stared our family we moved to a local suburb between Washington and Baltimore. We figured we could work in either city with no major commute issue. Years later most of kids on their own and the three major interstate routes clogged just about all day. We are looking for a new chapter in life. Really excited about learning the culture of a new area and meeting new friends as well as the fun of finding and exploring all the areas in and around the beautiful city of Charlotte
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Old 06-25-2007, 09:39 AM
 
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My husband, our 4 year-old daughter and our boxers, Tascha and Harley will be leaving California for Charlotte hopefully by November.
We are both professionals, earning 155K plus per year, and we still can't seem to get ahead.
We are both leaving our current jobs; I've been at mine for 15 years and he 7. I presently have a few job prospects and he isn't sure what he's going to do.
Because real estate is out of control and expense here, we have about $200k in equity that will allow us the luxury of getting are child set up in a good preschool while getting to know neighbors, the area and our new lives while looking for employment.
We are looking forward to a new start; there isn't too many chances in the game of life for "do overs" Hopefully we will get it right this time. Either way we are looking forward to our new adventure as a family.
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Old 06-25-2007, 11:14 AM
 
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It's definitely not that hot in Charlotte... I'm moving in August from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and it's always at least 10 degrees warmer in Tuscaloosa. I'm moving up there because my family owns a marina on Lake Norman and I realized I'd much rather work on the water every day than teach French to snotty high-schoolers! I love that I'll be close to the city and to the country. I'm tired of driving 4 hours to Atlanta to get some real shopping done!
Marinagirl - I moved to Charlotte from Tuscaloosa about 3 years ago. Welcome and Roll Tide!!

smash31
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Old 06-25-2007, 11:21 AM
 
Location: Up above the world so high!
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Marinagirl - I moved to Charlotte from Tuscaloosa about 3 years ago. Welcome and Roll Tide!!

smash31
"Roll Tide, roll...around the bowl and down the hole, roll tide roll"

Go Tigers! (LSU, LSU, LSU)

*just playing with ya
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Old 06-25-2007, 11:57 AM
 
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...The fact that 60 used to be a warm day and now it's not....

Not wearing a parka is priceless for me.
Also moving to be closer to extended family. I think I am one of the only natives on this board. I am concerned that all the congestion people are moving away from will be recreated in CLT, due to the population explosion. And, where I live $220K is a LOT to pay for a house... Still, I am looking forward to:

1) Using the snow shovel for a winter decoration, not a tool
2) White out coming in a bottle, instead of at you on the highway in November
3) Seeing the sun for more than a few days in Nov/Dec
4) Being in an area that is alive, and growing, not stagnant, and struggling to avoid further erosion
5) Having people say hello as you pass them

Just my .02
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Old 06-25-2007, 01:05 PM
 
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Moving from Detroit because I cannot take one more minute of this place...Spring 08 isnt soon enough!

be there to visit in 2 weeks
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Old 06-25-2007, 04:24 PM
 
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We are leaving Central NJ next Thursday to move to Taylorsville - Alexander CTY. We are leaving for abetter way of life, better weather, friendly people,some land, and nice mountain view Can't wait
Melissa
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Old 06-25-2007, 04:38 PM
 
Location: Sunny Phoenix Arizona...wishing for a beach.
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Hey shenna Girl are you Nuts?? not HOT?? LOL...oh people its hot here however the humidity right now isnt as bad as it is in the Northeast, However Ive been told this is nothing compared to Aug and Sept...its been 94-98 degrees here...oh boy...

Oh and am I the only one who noticed it gets hotter as the day progresses?? eesshhh

Nope it's not hot. Go to Az or Myrtle Beach that's hot!

It was nice talking to ya'll I'll be on the SC forum now, getting info for my move to Myrtle, I'm trading in Norman
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