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Jeannie McClelland

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How are all our East Coast members faring with all the snow? I think of you every time the weather news comes on and hope you are all safe and warm!

 

Big hugs and all the sunshine I can send.


Jeannie McClelland

(Retired) ISN Director of Support Services

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Hi Jeannie,

 

Well, I was just about to write that we haven't had any snow in our area at all (just cold pouring rain all day Thursday), but it just now started snowing! Don't think it will stick, though.

 

Thanks for the sunshine. Enjoy yours!

 

Hugs,

 

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I live on the coast of NJ and this winter we have had a lot of snow, which is unusual for this area. We were hit hard with the first three storms this winter while further north got nothing. This time it was their turn. We got a couple of inches which is now mostly slush. But the ground is very pretty. I like looking at the snow but it is so cold out I prefer to stay indoors when I can. There is supposedly another storm on the way this week.


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I live in upstate NY. We got about a foot this time. This winter has been easy compared with some years. Sorry for the folks further south, who really got hammered this year. Hopefully spring is just around the corner. The male cardinals are starting their singing! That is always a sign that spring will actually arrive someday soon.

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