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A Hot Day on the Prairie and Good News About the Grandson.

By: plapman , 12:08 PM GMT on May 10, 2012

Today weill start mainly sunny but see increasing cloudiness early this afternoon then 30 percent chance of showers along with the risk of a thunderstorm late this afternoon. The wind south southerly at 20 km/h (12 mph). The high will be High 27C(81F). UV index 7 or high.
Tonight will bring showers ending after midnight then clearing along with the risk of a thunderstorm early this evening. The wind will swing to the northwest at 20 km/h (12 mph) then become after midnight. The low ill be 6C(43F).
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I took Abbey on 2 walks yesterday, she sure enjoyed that.
it's funny, today she got up with me, went outside to do her busines then wanted back to her sleeeping quarters beside my bed. I'm going to have to make a call of nature door for her. :)
I called the SIL last night and the new grandson will be coming home today. The boodwork didn't find the cause of his problems but his condition has improved to the point where he can come home.
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3. masshysteria
2:57 PM GMT on May 10, 2012
Good Morning, Tony!

Hubby and I woke up at 4:00 am, this morning to the sound of our smoke detector making a short squawk, seeing a large flash of light near the roadway due to a power surge and then have our home/neighborhood go black. To top off everything, this particular outage was totally unrelated to the weather (only light rain) and having to do yet another dilapidated old tree, somewhere on the miles long street, falling on an overhead wire. (per electric co.). So exasperating! It seems we can't go more than six months without one of these major disruptions anymore. I'm definitely not cut out for reverting back to those "Old Frontier" days of yore. Guess it's too much to ask towns or electrical companies for an ounce of prevention anymore.

Glad to learn that your grandson's made some progress, but wish the pediatricians could have come up with an accurate diagnosis or reason for his condition. Hope, as Alley mentioned, this is just a "common occurrence" due to his prematurity, etc. and all will continue to go well!

Hope our weather, spirits and luck will brighten throughout the days and weeks ahead! It looks like the perfect La Prairian day for you to either stand on the corner or preferably sit in your front yard and "watch the girls go by". ENJOY!

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2. unclemush
1:47 PM GMT on May 10, 2012
Hi Tony.Alleys correct! :)
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1. Alleyoops
1:02 PM GMT on May 10, 2012
Good morning Tony. Glad to hear the wee one is coming home. Jaundice is common in newborns, lets hope this is the only little setback he has to face.

So you intend to sit on your lawn and watch the girls go by in their short shorts...You rascal. I bet if MUSH and Ylee had a chance they would be there right beside you holding up scorecards for the best butts and legs....ROFLMBO

Anyway have a wonderful day, enjoy your heat, its due, and hey maybe even fire up the BBQ...
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