|tgm and Kittys
Member since 3/8/10
Date: 12/2/11 8:55 AM
I talked to my sister yesterday who lives in Michigan, the severe winds earlier this week took off a large section of their roof! Very expensive...thank goodness for home owners insurance! .........big car pile ups too on I 94! .... just now on morning news severe damage in Utah too! Southern California....
How is everyone ? ...Please check in....
Home of the adorable Baby & Mittee girl >^,,^<
Oh my..here we go again, no job...Sighing allot..
South Carolina USA
Member since 5/10/05
In reply to tgm and Kittys
Date: 12/2/11 9:49 AM
We moved from MI to NC last year, and all I can say is that I don't miss it, not even a little bit.
Numbers for 2013:
Yards in stash: 606.25
Yards in: 22.75
Yards out: 10.50
Numbers for 2012:
594.00 yards in stash
4 yards in
10.25 yards out
Numbers for 2011:
601.25 yards in stash (I'm sure this number is off by a few yards)
Yards in: 137.50 (Seriously? I'm over 100, and it's only JULY? Ugh!)
Yards out: 88.75
Member since 7/25/08
Date: 12/2/11 10:34 AM
Our morning paper featured a street full of smashed cars in LA where the big trees took out everything in the block.
Sexi, we lived in NC for 10 years before H. retired. Being from the midwest too, I would have stayed if one of the kids would have just settled down there. Beautiful state, really nice being between oceans and mountains for trips. Great weather except for some humidity in summer. You can also wander up to Va. on fun country weekend jaunts with no planning. Even gave away our snow shovels, then got dumped on a rare 2 feet--only once. Spent a delightful TG when kids weren't home by going to Beaufort area hotel, where we joined other empty-nesters for a fun little 25-person joint meal. Take advantage of all the state, drive the Blueridge Pkwy. in autumn.
Member since 8/24/02
Date: 12/2/11 12:27 PM
I live north of LA and we did have quite a few trees come down, though fortunately no significant damage to cars or houses. Our neighborhood is below a mountain pass famous for its winds, and as a result, many of the things that could blow down did so decades ago. Still, a number of mature eucalyptus went over this time and are now surrounded with that yellow crime scene tape until Parks and Recreation cuts them up and takes them away.
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