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    Well we've never had a tornado here in the uk but on the news 2 nights back, a bloke took a video of a tornado moving across the sky but not touching ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda From Australia View Post
    I just spent a week up in Darwin the northern part of Australia with temperatures around 32C (90F) everyday. It helped my general joint pain, but not my hips, they were still very sore, and difficult to walk. Now in Perth (South Western Australia) it is around 15C (59F) everyday and OUCH my joints hurt, and my hips are even worse.

    I prefer the cold because I can put layers of clothes on and sit in front of the heater curled up on the couch with a blanket. I can always get warm in winter, but there is no way I can get cool sometimes in summer. By the way, when I saw my new specialist today, I told him that I wear socks to bed even in summer, and all he said was WOW. Well he had a lot of other things to say, but I think the WOW meant something to him.
    This is so true. I can always layer, but I can only take off so many clothes. It was 107 here yesterday. Blah!! I would love to escape to Steve and Marla's !

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    the only thing stopping you is .......
    you and MONEY

    if you decide to come, i will find a few lupie friends to say hello to

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    Oh bless tammy true friendship but what about your other half??...poor bloke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCat View Post
    What I find interesting is that when I got to NM to see family, my rash goes nuts. It's not the sun. It's the humidity. The sun is brutal here in SE Texas, too. And within 12 hours of being back in good ol' humid Houston, the rash is much reduced and healing. That 5% humidity in NM is just a bear on my skin. I ended up with nasty hives on my legs from a visit in *early* May that are just now healing. Ridiculous. I never wear shorts or anything either. Always in long trousers. Purely the low humidity. I definitely appreciate the humidity. Besides, my 47 y.o. skin looks darn good as long as I stay here.
    KCat - something similar happened to me in FL when I went in April to visit my mom. We were out at a beach and my mom noticed a huge rash on the inside of my upper thigh. By this time I had been getting rashes pretty steadily but usually on my hands and in the insides of my forearms so the thigh thing was kinda new. Anyway, since dad died, mom is very hypersensitive to the health of her loved ones so she kinda freaks out over this. I was a little freaked myself but I told her it was from the fruit I had just eaten and she seemed to accept that. Anyway, it stayed a patch of rash/urticaria for a long time. Then it happened again but this time at home while I was sitting outside manning my garage sale. It was cool out and I found the one patch of sun and sat in it. I was wearing loose sweat capri type pants and I pulled the one leg up over my kneecap and sure enough I got another one of those patches of rash that lasted a long time.

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    well it's 66f here already at 11.11am and i can't cope already and i'm stuck in doors.

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    We're back to crazy amounts of rain again this morning. Yesterday parts of the suburbs got 7+ inches. Best friends basement flooded so H and I drove over to help them out. Now this morning we've already had a lot of thunder and lightening and a largish tree branch down on the roof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peridot20_Gem View Post
    Well we've never had a tornado here in the uk but on the news 2 nights back, a bloke took a video of a tornado moving across the sky but not touching ground.
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    Ok I may surprise you someday. But I must ask one thing. Do you have Twizzlers (red licorice) where you live?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peridot20_Gem View Post
    Oh bless tammy true friendship but what about your other half??...poor bloke.

    Well Terry since he pulled the car over for me to vomit, I suppose I should consider him. Hmmmm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovedbyHim View Post
    Ok I may surprise you someday. But I must ask one thing. Do you have Twizzlers (red licorice) where you live?
    not that brand......
    but red yes

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