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Thursday, 24 May 2007

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Nancy

oh how beautiful. i do miss thunderstorms, we haven't had one in all the years i've lived in Northern CA. though i am glad you were safe from tornados! i like your new banner, too!

Jennifer

Yep exactly. I didn't grow up here but still in tornado alley but I still can't get over how eratic and how fast the Texas storms are.

Jennifer

Yep exactly. I didn't grow up here but still in tornado alley but I still can't get over how erratic and how fast the Texas storms are.

Kim

I was running to my car in that rain yesterday, heading home from work- I got SOAKED. Fortunately, I did squeeze in some relaxing knitting with rain and a glass of wine.
PS- I picked up some of your yarn at the shabby sheep a few weeks ago and it is beautiful!!

Eren

Your account of the storm was perfect. Just how it happened here too. Todays has been much more quiet...love that as well, great for napping.

Hoping to get to a shop in FW while I am here to check out your gorgeous yarn in person.

Enthusiastically Human

ah yes--i'd heard somewhere that some parts of texas were masquerading as mississippi--

missouri is the same...if i was knitter, it would surely be a lovely way to pass the rainy day!

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truly ghastly. Everyone will write and say: oh, you can read books and play cards and chat like never before but I would be completely miserable! Good luck with surviving this disaster!

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