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    Treasure that time with them.

    You grow old? Never!

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    "Well, now that we have seen each other," said the unicorn " if you'll believe in me, I'll believe in you."

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    The weather in Toronto have been freakin' cold the last coupe of days. Not temperature wise in itself (app. -8C), but with that cold wind sneaking around the corners and going through your clothes as if they were made of cobweb...
    Looking forward to some "warmer" days at home again (-2 C).
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    Its been heating up here, A/C weather for sure, except we had a cold snap that dropped us into the mid 40s at nite, mid 60s by day. Its warming up again, its about 70 today - and I have the windows open to change the air in this house. May be able to do that a time or two more this week, then that will probably be "it" for months as the summer heat hits.

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    We have flooding.

    https://www.stgeorgeutah.com/news/ar.../#.XIGJ01PQiUk

    Yay.

    It's not as bad as the flooding in 2005 yet though so that's something. Kinda funny that we were in drought conditions just a month ago. Now the reservoirs are literally overflowing.

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    It's been GHASTLY here in Chicago. We had a polar vortex at the end of January, the likes of which I've never experienced. I am so done!

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    What does a polar vortex do in Chicago? I live in a dessert so I can't guess.



    Raining every night here.

    It occurred to me I was ungrateful before. We really did need the water and so far no one has died from any flooding, not like when it was snowing.
    I just hate what the barometer shifts do to me.

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    I wish it would rain here in Florida - this is our dry season and the pollen count is astronomical!

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