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This year our average seems to be more like September. Our highs are still hitting 85. I came inside because I wanted to cool off!

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So just keep up the bragging!! There are times I envy people who have a milder climate and can grow things I can't and all year round, but then, I also enjoy the total break that winter gives me as well, like it gives me permission to focus on something else for a couple of months! :lol:
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That last one was not bragging. It was complaining, because I have had my fill of summer and want some nice, cool fall weather. Why on earth did I buy all those sweaters for if not to enjoy them?

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Wow, you guys are hilarious. :lol:


Thanks for the clarification Grey :wink:

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Anytime, sweetie.

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Grey, don't worry, you'll get a chance to wear those sweaters soon enough! Pretty soon you'll be tired of them!!! :wink:
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I dunno.... :lol:
I really do not like shorts... I love jeans, pants, and long sleeves. There's something cozy about wearing a sweater. I wear 'em even when it's barely cool enough to warrant one. Like the big grey wraparound I've got on now. Sorta goes with the hot chai tea and pumpkin bread for breakfast, you know?

And now this thread has wandered far, far, far from fertilizing Sago Palms.

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Even I cannot sanction this one. WAY off base... :P

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