You deserve a big bear hug! In Sac yesterday it almost rained, rain was promised but by the time the atmosphere was done we got an overcast muggy day. So we got some moisture and the foothills got the rain, drats! The temps here were mild and windy and very nice!! I took Rusty for a walk and he got a play date with Maxie the mini doxie too. My friend Kim was over all afternoon.I don't get my pain help until the twenty-seventh but it hasn't been real bad either.I'm getting very excited about the election too. Take care Peace in your heart.
Hi Margy. I recently saw some of your activity on Facebook. It's good to know that you are still trying to get better people in place to lead this country of ours. We sure are in a mess....It's hard to imagine that California is in such bad need of water. Here in East Texas we have had so much rain that our ground is saturated to the point that water now stands for days. I wish we could give you all the water that you need...Hope all is good with you, Ron
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