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        02-13-2013, 01:24 PM
    Green Broke
    Glad to hear that you are getting some rain, Stan. It is really cold here, but while I would like it about 20 degrees warmer, am not looking forward to it being 60-70 degrees warmer, at all.
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        02-13-2013, 01:41 PM
    All you all with your hot weather can trade us in the cold if you like :P

    Today its going to be 50 though so its a heat wave
        02-13-2013, 02:03 PM
    Eliduc I have a deaf BC she was born deaf you would never know it..
        02-13-2013, 02:07 PM
    Stan and Sunset
    I hope it rains soon for you over there
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        02-13-2013, 02:08 PM
    I prefer the warmer weather
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        02-14-2013, 12:04 AM
    Eliduc, please give Bo a scratch and a hug from PR, OK?
    Tell your Bo that PR understands eye problems. I have my sight, but found out a couple of years ago that I have a rare eye disease. For several months my vision deteriorated so much that it was difficult to do my job at work, watch TV, drive, it read a book.
    I have been fortunate that my eyes have improved, and am appreciative of each day with good eyesight.
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        02-14-2013, 12:26 AM
    Green Broke
    As for the rain. I ran outside tearing my gear off as I went made it onto the lawn lathered up my hair and the rain stopped. That was it. I stood there with my hair all lathered up and no more rain. The soap began to dry and I was sporting the latest in punk hair style all spikey. Roslyn rushed out with a cup of water and rinsed my hair off. Saved the day she did. Just as well I only have one or two hairs on my head. When I go to the hair dresser in Dargaville (womens) all I want is a cut and pollish.

    Back to hot dry oppressive weather. New Zealand does not get as hot and dry as Australia but this year we are coming in a close second.

    Its Valintines day the day we are equal the day men and women are the same, we buy each other a gift and demonstrate our love for each other by supporting the retail shops.

    I brought Roslyn a box of chocolates, and I brought a second just in case she had forgot. Just as well, she had. Is it only the men that have a romantic streak
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        02-14-2013, 01:23 AM
    Eliduc, did I tell you my blind dog story, we didn't know he was blind. I feel like I just shared it recently, but I don't recall if it was here or not. I am happy to retell if not, but don't want to bore you, if I already told you.

    Stan, Glad you have rain. And you are a nut. :)

    Brad and I have never done Valentines Day. I am firmly of the belief that we show our love daily, and not with some crap day. But oddly we will be going out for dinner tomorrow night, purely accidentially. He works second shift, is not home til midnight, so usually we don't get any time together, apart from the kids, other than the hour when he wakes, and the hour before he sleeps.

    Tomorrow he is on day shift, as the day guy is off. The kids have to be at the office from 4-6.30, so we will go to dinner while we can.

    I am looking forward to some hubby alone time, in a public setting with lots of smooching couples. Laugh.
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        02-14-2013, 01:49 AM
    Some years I like Valentines day, some years I could care less. My boys like it right now so we go along with it. I told hubby tonight "I have you, my boys, and my horse. Every day is valentines day for me". So dang cheesy but true.
        02-14-2013, 09:09 AM
    Amen!!! With grace.
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