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Started by pam1, October 25, 2010, 09:23:20 am

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luise.volta

Thanks for asking. Val has turned a corner and that intestinal bug has swept through the nursing home and is pretty much done. I was allowed back on Wed. and he said he was sorry I'd been sick! There's an up side to losing short-term memory.

We are in a thaw with only a few snow patches left. We had six inches of snow accumulated yesterday. It's dark and rainy...perfect WA state weather!  ;D ;D
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