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oh, and just for Lucy, that meant walking my two ... home and into the AC. now they're flat, flat, flat.

Janet B www.bestfriendsdogobedience.com

ooh! lookie, i made Janet speechless! i knew my training prowess would be recognized some day.

shelly
http://www.cat-sidh.net >> http://cat-sidh.blogspot.com

What I tell you three times is true.
Lewis Carroll
ooh! lookie, i made Janet speechless! i knew my training prowess would be recognized some day.

LOL - you'd definitely be the first to accomplish such a thing ;-P

Janet B
www.bestfriendsdogobedience.com
home and into the AC. now they're flat, flat, flat.

sorry - hit the wrong button last time.

yeah, likely story.
Franklin seems to forget the "coated" part of his breed. He's definitely a very FLAT retriever at times.

i can't blame them, as i'm feeling pretty flat, too. ugh. i hate summer.
Hey - there's a tropical storm named for him - very appropriate!

no fair! harriet wants a storm named after her, too.

shelly
http://www.cat-sidh.net >> http://cat-sidh.blogspot.com

I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn't say any other way things I had no words for.
Georgia O'Keefe
Franklin seems to forget the "coated" part of his breed. He's definitely a very FLAT retriever at times.

i can't blame them, as i'm feeling pretty flat, too. ugh. i hate summer.

Moi aussi. My rule is, no longer walks when the heat index is above 90. Although if we'd stop with the dang flang late afternoon thunder storms, I might be able to get it together and go to the dog park, which has a short path leading to the river.

Catherine
& Zoe the cockerchow
& Queenie the black gold retriever
& Rosalie the calico
Hey - there's a tropical storm named for him - very appropriate!

no fair! harriet wants a storm named after her, too.

For Franklin I can do nothing, as his storm is blowing out to sea. http://www.wunderground.com/tropical/tracking/at200506 5day.html http://www.hwn.org/atlantic/haat71us.htm
In honor of Miss Bossypants Clown Gurl I fought my way through google dangers untold and present the following:
http://www.elon.edu/T2project/article0002 /
A fictitous model but still;"Hurricane Harriet":
"NOTE: Hurricane "Harriet" is modeled after Hurricane Hazel, by many accounts the most destructive hurricane in North Carolina history. It came ashore as a Category 4 storm with 140 mph winds and a storm surge of 18 feet. As it swept up the eastern United States and into Canada, it left 19 people dead and over 200 injured, 15,000 homes and buildings destroyed, 30 counties with major damage, and an estimated $136 million in property loss in North Carolina alone."
From now until 2009 alas, there are no Harriet's chosen for the H's. The best I can do for her is the 1961 hurricane with three names that comes closest as "Hurricane Hattie" at one point. http://www.islandnet.com/~see/weather/events/threenames.htm

"In the ten weeks from September 1, eight hurricanes developed, including two whose names would later be retired in infamy: Carla and Hattie. Hurricane Carla had the stronger winds, a Category-5 storm the seventh strongest in US history and caused the most monetary damage, $400 million in current dollars, but Hurricane Hattie became a killer storm taking 275 lives, most of them dying near the British Honduras capital, Belize City. As is common with the infamous, Hurricane Hattie, took on two aliases Simone and Inga after its deadly trek before dying quietly in the Bay of Campeche off eastern Mexico.
Hattie came late in the hurricane season, the last of 1961, properly organizing as a storm on October 25 in the waters off Panama. As the tropical storm drifted northward, it rapidly grew in strength, becoming a hurricane in the late evening of October 27. Hurricane Hattie took initial aim on Cuba, but as she passed offshore of the Honduras Nicaragua border late on the 29th, Hattie banked back to the west. Now a Category-4 storm packing 212 km/h (132 mph) winds, it moved into the Gulf of Honduras during October 30th."
I have it on good authority that Shelly's as much of a weather nut as I am so:
As of last night there was a new tropical depression forming somewhere in the vicinity of where Emily came from, but as of this morning I've yet to find much information on it,not even on this site:
http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/wwa /
This site is the same one used for basing weather decisions for the launch and landings regarding the shuttle. In short, if they don't know it's a good bet there's nothing new to report.

Terri

Is there any proof that English borrows words?? I mean, have we ever given one back? Do we pay for a replacement if we break one? How does this work?
Matthew
Thank you so much.
Bettina & Cheyenne
In honor of Miss Bossypants Clown Gurl I fought my way through google dangers untold and present the following: http://www.elon.edu/T2project/article0002 / A fictitous model but still;"Hurricane Harriet":

woo-hoo!
"In the ten weeks from September 1, eight hurricanes developed, including two whose names would later be retired in infamy: Carla and Hattie.

and that is as it should be.
As is common with the infamous, Hurricane Hattie, took on two aliases Simone and Inga after its deadly trek before dying quietly in the Bay of Campeche off eastern Mexico.

ha! i shall henceforth and forevermore adopt Simone and Inga as names for harriet's superbad alter egos.
I have it on good authority that Shelly's as much of a weather nut as I am so:

s'true!
http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/wwa / This site is the same one used for basing weather decisions for the launch and landings regarding the shuttle. In short, if they don't know it's a good bet there's nothing new to report.

i, too, love the NOAA site.

shelly
http://www.cat-sidh.net >> http://cat-sidh.blogspot.com

Never put a sock in a toaster.
Eddie Izzard