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So I know many of you have had some very close calls on much grander scales than we get here but we've got some pretty nasty storms rolling our way tonight and tomorrow. Hopefully they will miss us and all the folks we know and care about.

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Good Luck and Hold Fast, get up everything not nailed down (including the trains) and get it secured somewhere safe./DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/shocked.gif

Also feel sorry for all them folk getting flooded out, another bad year. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/sad.gif
 

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Well as usual the worst of it missed us. We've had some real close calls in the last few weeks. Of course it will continue all week long too! Dodged some storms on saturday, working inside, then outside, and back inside. Sunday was beatiful until the trip home. Still amnaged to dodge that storm and got a few drips as the cloud literally unleashed just beyond us as we were unloading dressers and other furniture. One more week. Mom's last day of preaching is sunday and we move the rest of her stuff out on Sunday afternoon. We'll be having a bridal shower for my Sister in Law on Saturday and we have storms in the long range forecast so we'll be setting up tents for that.

Hope everyone else is getting past the weather and getting thru life OK?

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Well, at least no flooding here in Western PA, but rain/thundershowers predicted for each day this week. The Weather Channel bug is flashing orange on the PC as I type! Does make it hard to get anything accomplished outside but I'm not going to complain!
 
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