[Powderworks] NMOC:I'm a snowplow, I must now plow on
Tue, 18 Feb 2003 08:21:05 +1000
I'll gladly send you sunshine if you send us the water - I am tired of
recycling my shower water and baby's bath water and washing machine water -
a necessary thing with only 6 months worth of water remaining in our water
Still the exercise is good for ridding my post pregnancy weight and it helps
me appreciate what I do have - at least I don't have to go walking for miles
to get something to drink and wash in...yet!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kate Parker Adams" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Mike Blackwood" <email@example.com>
Cc: "Powderworks list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 5:55 AM
Subject: Re: [Powderworks] NMOC:I'm a snowplow, I must now plow on
> Regardless of the snow total, the biggest problem here is tonight is going
> to be the sea. More accurately, the sea and the full moon. That's no
> different in Newfoundland than in Boston.
> We are trying to decide if we should go fetch my Mother In Law while we
> (despite most of a foot of snow in three hours), as her neighborhood will
> get cut off during tonight's coastal flooding. Astronomical high tide +
> storm surge = trouble.
> Can some of you Aussies send us some of that sunshine? You have too much
> already ... or think warm thoughts for us. Its too cold here to even
> the storm surf.
> At 03:59 PM 2/17/03 -03-30, Mike Blackwood wrote:
> >On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 Oils21@aol.com wrote:
> > > About 2 feet here in NYC right now and still going! There is nowhere
> > to put
> > > it!
> >Awww, quit yer whining!!!! ;-) I have snow piled over 6 feet high on my
> >lawn, and that's after having a freak warm period melt things down a few
> >feet 3 weeks ago! You know how Canadians laugh at Americans struggling
> >through snow? Well, we Newfoundlanders laugh at the rest of Canada when
> >THEY complain, seeing as we get so much snow... No problem to top 15
> >in a winter... (though it rarely piles up that high, of course)
> >Plus, it's -30 degrees here today if you account for wind chill.
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