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Old 02-22-2007, 09:38 AM   #1
 
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Rising Temperatures ...


im wearin a t shirt right now ...


snow on the ground is melthing ...


not supposed to get below 40s (well, lows of 30s) for the next week


i think ...


spring ...


is ...



around ...

the

corner
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Old 02-22-2007, 11:34 AM   #2
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I sure hope so!

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Old 02-22-2007, 12:11 PM   #3
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jeeez... I'm not even close to beating ghost recon... wtf!?!?!?
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what?
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Re: Rising Temperatures ...


I took my 4 year old, Little Eddie, out in the back yard today to pull him around on a winter inner-tube on the little bit of snow still left on the lawn, just to make sure he got at least one chance to frolick in the snow.

Prior to this week, the temperatures have just been way too cold to want to have him outside. Now, with how fast everything is melting, if we didn't do this today, it will be too late.

I enjoy the off time so much to be able to bond with my son, but at the same time, I am getting real anxious to get back to doing anything full time.

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Me too. I can't wait to get back to work!
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2 weeks ago you couldn't have gotten me outside

now i gotta say ... im startin to feel it



just might even schedule something *tentatively* for next weeeek



(well ... week after )
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Could be back to snow is 2 weeks!!!

I just need a couple warm days so the phone starts ringing off the hook.

2500 letters going out tuesday!!
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ugh ... more snow? where??
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You never know. I don't know where you live, but here in nj we have gotten snow on april 1st before.
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You never know. I don't know where you live, but here in nj we have gotten snow on april 1st before.


OH!!

rusk i could have SWORN you lived in Texas

ok, gotcha
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I was in sleeves and long pants today, it almost went to 80*. Better safe than sorry.
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LOL i wish i lived in Texas! I was there 3 months ago.
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ochos rios 2 weeks ago, low 90s

at the botom of the see in the 70s... i dont feel bad for ya rusk...

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