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Old 05-01-2009, 10:47 AM
 
Location: Western Hoosierland
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It's 82 here & sunny. Just like yesterday, the day before, the day before that, tomorrow, the day after, etc etc etc etc.... We're now starting to think about hurricane season....just around the bend... Gotta stock our hurricane pantry w/lotsa canned stuff in a few weeks & make sure all the batteries are still good...

I CANT STAND temperatures above 80. The temperature hardly exceeds 85 degrees here. It's May and our daily lows are still reaching the high 30's.Hope hurricane season isnt that bad. you better stock up!

That is one of the reasons I could never live in Florida. Hurricanes everyyear and constant 80+ temperatures

Plus their is really "no seasons" other than summer..just my opinion.

I'm going to split for lunch and then go out.


Talk to you later!
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Old 05-01-2009, 10:56 AM
 
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I CANT STAND temperatures above 80. The temperature hardly exceeds 85 degrees here. It's May and our daily lows are still reaching the high 30's.Hope hurricane season isnt that bad. you better stock up!

That is one of the reasons I could never live in Florida. Hurricanes everyyear and constant 80+ temperatures

Plus their is really "no seasons" other than summer..just my opinion.

I'm going to split for lunch and then go out.


Talk to you later!
See?? That's what makes the world go 'round...I can't stand temps below 60!!!

Hurricanes don't hit here every year. In fact, in 2004 when we got 2 direct-hits in a 3 week period, that was the 1st time our area got hit in over 75 years!! Every year we just prepare in case one does happen to come our way...(and usually end up eating or donating the canned goods when the season's over) The worst thing is watching one coming for days & days & not knowing if it's gonna impact you or not, since their paths are so unpredictable...

But, anywhere you live, there's natural disasters of some sort, be it tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes, floods or whatever...

Have a great lunch...my stomach's starting to growl too!!
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Old 05-01-2009, 11:53 AM
 
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I don't like it when it gets above 80 and humid, but I don't like long cold spells either. I'd love to live in a place that had a long season of days in the 60's and maybe 70's.

Lunch was good. I had some nice homemade in the crockpot tomato soup with fresh shredded romano cheese. Mmmmm.
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Old 05-01-2009, 12:14 PM
 
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Lunch was good. I had some nice homemade in the crockpot tomato soup with fresh shredded romano cheese. Mmmmm.
I'm gonna post what I made on the "NEPA Cookin'" thread...
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Old 05-01-2009, 12:46 PM
 
Location: Western Hoosierland
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See?? That's what makes the world go 'round...I can't stand temps below 60!!!

Hurricanes don't hit here every year. In fact, in 2004 when we got 2 direct-hits in a 3 week period, that was the 1st time our area got hit in over 75 years!! Every year we just prepare in case one does happen to come our way...(and usually end up eating or donating the canned goods when the season's over) The worst thing is watching one coming for days & days & not knowing if it's gonna impact you or not, since their paths are so unpredictable...

But, anywhere you live, there's natural disasters of some sort, be it tornadoes, hurricanes, wildfires, earthquakes, floods or whatever...

Have a great lunch...my stomach's starting to growl too!!
50-70 is around my ideal range. You will be floored to learn temperatures this winter climbed down to the -30's and my friends and I were still outside horsing around in it!!( I am 16) didnt bothers us one bit because were "immune" I guess you could say to cold temperatures. nothing like throwing a glass of water and watching it freeze before hitting the ground!( I know you think I am a nut for liking the cooler temperatures)


Where I live in Indiana we deal with flooding, tornadoes,earthquakes,and blizzards.


Lunch was great! had ham/cheese sandwich with toasted corn cereal( not with milk[ate it from a little baggy])

Then a few friends wanted me to go to the park to start reading our new book.

It's a French book: Un engagement très long ( a very long engagement)

Anyone heard of it?
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Old 05-01-2009, 01:03 PM
 
Location: Polish Hill, Pittsburgh, PA
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My lunch was the best because I didn't cook it! My mother and I went out for lunch today to Lucky's Sport House near Wilkes-Barre to enjoy amazing fried buffalo chicken wraps with bleu cheese, shredded lettuce, and tasty fries!
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Old 05-01-2009, 02:50 PM
 
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50-70 is around my ideal range. You will be floored to learn temperatures this winter climbed down to the -30's and my friends and I were still outside horsing around in it!!( I am 16) didnt bothers us one bit because were "immune" I guess you could say to cold temperatures. nothing like throwing a glass of water and watching it freeze before hitting the ground!( I know you think I am a nut for liking the cooler temperatures)
Yep...you're a nut!!! As nuts as I am for loving the heat & digging trenches, planting trees & chainsawing when it's 92 w/100 pc humidity!!!

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It's a French book: Un engagement très long ( a very long engagement)

Anyone heard of it?
Crap!! I gotta hard enough time reading ENGLISH!!!
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:02 PM
 
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Just found another YouTube of my friend Annie. Dates back to '78 with Renaissance. OMG!! I had hair like those guys once...(think I even dressed like them too...)!!! Looks like she'll be visiting for 4th of July...better start cleaning the guest room NOW!!


YouTube - Renaissance - Northern Lights [totp2]
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:22 PM
 
Location: Sarasota, Florida
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Just found another YouTube of my friend Annie. Dates back to '78 with Renaissance. OMG!! I had hair like those guys once...(think I even dressed like them too...)!!! Looks like she'll be visiting for 4th of July...better start cleaning the guest room NOW!!


YouTube - Renaissance - Northern Lights [totp2]
My favorite group...saw them in concert twice.Makes me feel old enough to be carbon dated..lol...
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Old 05-01-2009, 03:35 PM
 
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My favorite group...saw them in concert twice.Makes me feel old enough to be carbon dated..lol...
Don't feel bad..."older than dirt" here....

She still sounds like a 16 y/o though!! She's a pisser too...we always have lotsa laughs!! Do you have any of her paintings?? I'm checking into a gallery in Palm Beach for her & she's planning on being in Sarasota before she comes here to do some radio/TV/gallery stuff...
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