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For those of us Enjoying a typical Summer Day!
Demons2011 posted:
Jeune1 responded:
That's great. Perfect!
chez1 responded:
hehehe, love it.
People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing - that's why we recommend it daily....... Zig Ziglar
MyRain responded:
Good one!
Mrs_Gantt replied to MyRain's response:
Definitely feeling that here today in Corn Country! LOL
Peace, Love, and Hugs...
niteflier responded:
D, that is awesome. made me laugh out loud. i am one of the ffortunate ones that live in a state with 75 degree partly cloudy weather. i think i will send that to my mom - she is in 100 plus degree weather too.
you and wiley stay cool and hydrated and give wiley a rubbie on the head for me.
how have you been doing?


Perhaps the Animal Spirit is so great that one day it may inspire compassion in the human heart. Nan Sea Love

Demons2011 replied to niteflier's response:
Niteflier, glad to see you moving around. Holding my own for the moment. Basting would be a more appropriate term. You know those nice cool misty mornings you get? Try the same kind of day/all day but at 90 , literally looked like horses in Tn or Ky playing in the morning mists you see on post cards. Wasn't quite so pleasant.
niteflier replied to Demons2011's response:
D, um, i would like to say i want to try it at 90 degrees, but NOT. I think i will hang in WA for a little while longer. that sounds miserable to be in. how are your flowers surviving? i intended to ask you, do you have a vegetable garden too?
i'll try to send some of our cool weather your way. I don't have a lot of pull with the (cool)weather god, but i'll give it a shot.

Perhaps the Animal Spirit is so great that one day it may inspire compassion in the human heart. Nan Sea Love

Demons2011 replied to niteflier's response:
My neighbor has a garden. It's gotten out of control this year, and am helping him get it back in good condition. So vege costs are going way down this year. I'll send along a photo, it's a rather good size garden.

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