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April showers.....
rustler66 posted:
Good morning everyone--it looks like today is an April shower kind of day and I think tomorrow might be more of the same. At least we should be getting pretty May flowers! We've had really nice days this past week so I'm not complaining about the rain.

My husband and I went into New York City last Wednesday to see "Jersey Boys" (about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons). It was wonderful and the songs brought back so many memories.

Have a good weekend!

leo568 responded:
Hi Lois,

We had a great day weatherwise. Sunny with a breeze, not too hot. Some showers are forecast tomorrow.
Then my son called that he ran out of gas. I went and got some for him. After I got home he called and I had to go back......his car quit and wouldn't start again. He asked and I checked gas receipt and saw I had gotten diesel fuel! So, we had a tow truck come and take him home with his car. He wanted to do it himself....I asked if he wanted to take it to a mechanic. I told him he won't be calling me for gas again!!

My wisteria tree is growing nicely in the yard. Still need to get some flowers started!

take care, Linda
MandyL1953 replied to leo568's response:
Hi All,
It is back to normal temps just about for the Mid Atlantic. It was in the high 50's low 60's this weekend. It is supposed to gradually start warming up again however.

I hope everyone has a great week.

Take Care


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