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i had to wait out a dust storm today when i was leaving work...i was happy to walk in the rain, but the dust was unwelcome.
we need to reschedule a trip...maybe even just to miami or something, when it gets cooler. yeah? get a group together and get out of the valley?
August 16, 2007 at 11:51 PM
Wait a minute! You did post!! Oh I'm navagating your blog wrong...I'm so confused! >_< lol
I have a love/ hate relationship with the monsoons.
I love rain, I don't like the dust getting all over my car, I love how it cools things down and makes the days a little different, I don't like not being able to run without worrying about the weather.
I don't know if I want them to stop or not. ^_-
I need to go to bed!
ps See post on last entry!
August 19, 2007 at 11:29 AM
steph, everytime it rains i am convinced that it will be the last rain for months and months to come....i dont know why i am so pessimistic. i wish it would rain everyday. a trip to miami/globe sounds like a wonderful idea
karen, i need to go to bed too. nighty-night!
August 26, 2007 at 09:28 PM
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