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Monthly Archives: December 2008
Let’s see. How many days I stay stuck up hea? Nine? Ten? Da snow is beginning to look like one padded cell!
We’re in the midst of the most severe winter storm in about forty years. Gresham, just North of us, has been declared in a state of emergency; 50% of the roads are impassable and the National Guard has been called … Continue reading
Got this from my friend ova hea… lucky her, she’s in Hawai‘i while I’m in the middle of snow, ice and 18-degree weather!