Re: [MOL] No Snow here - it's here [00255] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] No Snow here - it's here



Dear Christine,

Please take care; take some rests between all that shoveling.  We have only
had a smattering of snow in New York,so far.

Lots of Love,

martha

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> From: Christine White <christine.white@sympatico.ca>
> To: mol-cancer@lists.meds.com
> Subject: Re: [MOL] No Snow here - it's here
> Date: Sunday, January 03, 1999 10:02 PM
> 
> We got hit with our first big snowstorm of the season last night. We have
> about 10 inches of snow, blowing and drifting. Spent all morning
shovelling
> and stacking wood on the deck. To top it off, the power went off
yesterday
> afternoon, around 4:30 and didn't come on again until 12:30 a.m. We made
> grilled cheese sandwiches and soup on the wood stove. My neighbour,
Marney,
> came over (as she had no heat). We told stories, read jokes, etc. Bryan
> went down the road to his friend's house. They had ceasar salad, shrimp,
> lobster and escargot. Next time the power goes out, we know where to go!!
> Christine
> 
> 
> At 09:51 PM 02/01/99 -0500, you wrote:
> >Well, gang, so far it's cold and dry in PA. We had a dry winter last
year,
> and
> >pretty warm too, so I guess we'll get hit sooner or later here.  We are
in a
> >state of "draught" right now.  Actually, I would like a mild winter now
> for my
> >father's sake.  He has to go to chemo so often plus several days a week
for
> >the before & after shots to help him cope with the chemo.
> >
> >The ground is still dry.  Only one other neighbor and myself have
Christmas
> >lights on tonight.  It bothers me that people have bought into the
"retail"
> >holiday schedule of decorating early and packing up early!  It seems to
be
> >that it would be nice to keep Christmas going longer.  The lights and
decor
> >keep cheerfulness alive in spite of the bleakness of the cold winter. 
Just
> >thinking out loud.
> >
> >Hope everyone is warm and snug tonight.
> >Chris R.
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