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davedsel57 posted:
Y SPRING!! davedsel57 posted:

Today is the first day of spring. Our weather in WNY has been the best every recorded for March. Very thankful for that. I saw on the news that somewhere in Arizona got two feet of snow over the weekend. The weather has been unusual everywhere lately.

Hope you are all doing OK.

Have a blessed and terrific Tuesday, friends.
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Blessings, Dave
cjh1203 responded:
Hi Dave-

Happy Spring to you!

Our temps here in Florida have been around 80. I went to the dog park this afternoon and there was a nice breeze, so it was a pretty day to be outside.

The new year seems to be moving along at a pretty fast pace -- can't believe Winter is over already.

Hope everyone is doing well.

1odie replied to cjh1203's response:
it has been hot in nh to,

i walk the dog evry day
we are watchingtvnow
davedsel57 replied to 1odie's response:
Hello, Odie!! Good to see a post from you.
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Blessings, Dave
cjh1203 replied to 1odie's response:
Hi Odie! I've been thinking about you and am so glad to see a post from you. It's been a while.

How is your mother? And your wife? How are you doing?

Please stay in touch with us.

Judith L London, PhD responded:
What a lovely Spring greeting, Dave.

I've been so busy with speaking engagements that I've been slow to respond. In Northern CA, we are finally having our winter rainy season.

Great to hear from you,


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