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Some days ....coulda woulda, shoulda went back to bed


Wednesday, March 02, 2011


My digital box for the TV & other remotes crashed after 5 years or more of service. Replaced it today with a tiny new version. Only one wee problem, I can't seem to program it, as the TV keeps shutting off. Oh, hum after 6 hours of trying, I gave up.

Went to spend some time on the computer, but reaching world wide web was out of service. Which I didn't realize till I had defragged, debugged everything I could thing of doing to clean my computer, short of deleting Spyware program and reinstalling. In a exasperated state called the communication provider. Yes, the whole web was down. Oh, well at least I got a thorough cleaning of my computer done. All I had to do was go up to edit and click reset button!

Yesterday my coffee pot died, 1st one for this year. Replaced 3 last year. I tell ya they don't make coffee pots like they used to! I remember having one coffee pot for um a good two decades! Sourced out coffee pots produced in some foreign country that's the problem!

It's snowing tonight, the snow that has been forecast to come since last friday. 150 mph winds are to hit Vancouver Island tomorrow and the south coast. Glad I don't live down there anymore! I think I maybe coming down with the dreaded Cabin Fever! Great way to start the month of March maybe ol' man winter will disappear by the end of the month!

Well Cheers to tomorrow, glad today is almost finished!

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OKANOG 3/3/2011 12:01AM

  emoticon MCJULIEO

Yes well, we do get temperatures from 90 - 120 c in a some hot spells. Temperatures can reach 140 c through the summer months, sometimes into September here in the Okanagan.

The Okanagan Valley was originally a dessert. In the late 1800 missionaries, settled in and started building the first irrigation systems from Lake Okanagan for watering their orchards. Today many of the fruit orchardists have turned the fruit orchards in to wineries.


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MCJULIEO 3/2/2011 1:56PM

    Come down here to Texas for a brief time... it's gorgeous! I'll reciprocate when temps soar above 100 in July and August! emoticon

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MOLLIEMAC 3/2/2011 8:59AM

    LOL! I'd be crawling back under the covers in a flash! Hang in there, soon the sun will come out and chase the winter blues away...MJ emoticon emoticon emoticon

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