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    JoyfulCook
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:39 am
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    Living in Australia its well over 100f and getting a bit fed up with it day after day..... can't even remember what rain looks like, someone told me but my mind does not go back that far regards the weather!
    SarasotaCook
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 8:05 am
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    It's been a very wierd winter. MUCH warmer than normal; and very very dry.
    A few days ago, it was 30 at night and 50 during the day. Now we are back to the 70's which is pretty much the norm. But later, back to the 80's which is warmer than it should be.

    Strange weather
    Ducky
    Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:46 am
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    Well, it is almost 10am and we're up to 10°F with sub-zero windchills.

    Forecasters say a big storm is headed this way. They are also predicting that it will mostly die before reaching us so we are only to get 3-4 inches of snow Thursday night through Friday morning.

    Everyone stay safe. I know some are supposed to get walloped by this next winter storm.
    MaMere
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:14 am
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    beautiful today, the sun is out and will be a high of 40...tomorrow not so much, supposedly a storm coming that will bring 6-10" of snow icon_sad.gif
    Ducky
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:22 am
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    today is nice here too with an expected high of 35°F and lots of sunshine. Tomorrow, late afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, is expected snow (winter weather advisory) of 3-5 inches. Of course, some of that will be lake effect. The forecasters keep saying it is too early to know what the track will be. It, however, is not as bad as some of the forecasts for other areas where they are to get a foot or so of snow.

    Stay safe all y'all in the storm's path.
    K9 Owned
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:23 am
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    We live very far apart MaMere but are experiencing similar weather. Fine today - 8 - 10" of snow due tomorrow. Best get my shopping done today. icon_smile.gif
    MaMere
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:24 am
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    K9 Owned wrote:
    We live very far apart MaMere but are experiencing similar weather. Fine today - 8 - 10" of snow due tomorrow. Best get my shopping done today. icon_smile.gif


    we'd be doing lunch if we were closer in proximity icon_wink.gif

    i'm getting the running done today too
    MaMere
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:27 am
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    Ducky wrote:
    today is nice here too with an expected high of 35°F and lots of sunshine. Tomorrow, late afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, is expected snow (winter weather advisory) of 3-5 inches. Of course, some of that will be lake effect. The forecasters keep saying it is too early to know what the track will be. It, however, is not as bad as some of the forecasts for other areas where they are to get a foot or so of snow.

    Stay safe all y'all in the storm's path.


    i'm praying it misses us again, can't dodge all the bullets though I guess. SAD (seasonal afftected disorder) is reallllllly getting to me this year...
    Olive*
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:40 am
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    MaMere wrote:
    Ducky wrote:
    today is nice here too with an expected high of 35°F and lots of sunshine. Tomorrow, late afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, is expected snow (winter weather advisory) of 3-5 inches. Of course, some of that will be lake effect. The forecasters keep saying it is too early to know what the track will be. It, however, is not as bad as some of the forecasts for other areas where they are to get a foot or so of snow.

    Stay safe all y'all in the storm's path.


    i'm praying it misses us again, can't dodge all the bullets though I guess. SAD (seasonal afftected disorder) is reallllllly getting to me this year...


    Have you tried SAM-e, MaMere? That usually helps me a lot during the "blah" winter months. I get SAD too! icon_sad.gif I get the blahs with the lack of sunshine in the winter.
    MaMere
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:45 am
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    Olive* wrote:
    MaMere wrote:
    Ducky wrote:
    today is nice here too with an expected high of 35°F and lots of sunshine. Tomorrow, late afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, is expected snow (winter weather advisory) of 3-5 inches. Of course, some of that will be lake effect. The forecasters keep saying it is too early to know what the track will be. It, however, is not as bad as some of the forecasts for other areas where they are to get a foot or so of snow.

    Stay safe all y'all in the storm's path.


    i'm praying it misses us again, can't dodge all the bullets though I guess. SAD (seasonal afftected disorder) is reallllllly getting to me this year...


    Have you tried SAM-e, MaMere? That usually helps me a lot during the "blah" winter months. I get SAD too! icon_sad.gif I get the blahs with the lack of sunshine in the winter.


    I've not tried it, Olive, I will check it out for sure. Normally I just try to take vast amounts of the B vitamins.
    I am the same as you, lack of sunshine brings the SAD on.
    Here's hoping the remaining winter is easy on us girls with SAD
    K9 Owned
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:57 am
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    Yep, it can get depressing. Remember also that you need to supplement Vit. D unless you are in one of the sunshine states.
    Olive*
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:58 am
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    MaMere wrote:
    Olive* wrote:
    MaMere wrote:
    Ducky wrote:
    today is nice here too with an expected high of 35°F and lots of sunshine. Tomorrow, late afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, is expected snow (winter weather advisory) of 3-5 inches. Of course, some of that will be lake effect. The forecasters keep saying it is too early to know what the track will be. It, however, is not as bad as some of the forecasts for other areas where they are to get a foot or so of snow.

    Stay safe all y'all in the storm's path.


    i'm praying it misses us again, can't dodge all the bullets though I guess. SAD (seasonal afftected disorder) is reallllllly getting to me this year...


    Have you tried SAM-e, MaMere? That usually helps me a lot during the "blah" winter months. I get SAD too! icon_sad.gif I get the blahs with the lack of sunshine in the winter.


    I've not tried it, Olive, I will check it out for sure. Normally I just try to take vast amounts of the B vitamins.
    I am the same as you, lack of sunshine brings the SAD on.
    Here's hoping the remaining winter is easy on us girls with SAD


    I know. I too, take so many supplements I am suprised I don't glow! icon_eek.gif
    MaMere
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:05 am
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    Olive* wrote:
    MaMere wrote:
    Olive* wrote:
    MaMere wrote:
    Ducky wrote:
    today is nice here too with an expected high of 35°F and lots of sunshine. Tomorrow, late afternoon through Wednesday afternoon, is expected snow (winter weather advisory) of 3-5 inches. Of course, some of that will be lake effect. The forecasters keep saying it is too early to know what the track will be. It, however, is not as bad as some of the forecasts for other areas where they are to get a foot or so of snow.

    Stay safe all y'all in the storm's path.


    i'm praying it misses us again, can't dodge all the bullets though I guess. SAD (seasonal afftected disorder) is reallllllly getting to me this year...


    Have you tried SAM-e, MaMere? That usually helps me a lot during the "blah" winter months. I get SAD too! icon_sad.gif I get the blahs with the lack of sunshine in the winter.


    I've not tried it, Olive, I will check it out for sure. Normally I just try to take vast amounts of the B vitamins.
    I am the same as you, lack of sunshine brings the SAD on.
    Here's hoping the remaining winter is easy on us girls with SAD


    I know. I too, take so many supplements I am suprised I don't glow! icon_eek.gif


    lol, i know! i'm in the midst of spring cleaning detox from my supplements so i can start all over again with a fresh body.
    Dib's
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:10 am
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    Sunny today-lots of snow tomorrow.
    Iron Bloomers
    Mon Feb 25, 2013 12:03 pm
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    Dib's wrote:
    Sunny today-lots of snow tomorrow.


    We shall see, they say we will be too warm (haha) for more than a mix of rain & snow 'showers'. icon_rolleyes.gif
    Time will tell.

    BTW, somebody needs to shoot that damned ground hog...he is a big fat liar!

    off to find a recipe for.....
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    ground hog! icon_lol.gif
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