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My View 2012 (August)

By: PeaceRiverBP , 12:29 PM GMT on August 01, 2012

Here are a few days from January - June 2012:

January 1st, 2012, approximately 8am. 39 degrees

January 15th, 9am, 14 degrees

February 1st,7am, 42 degrees

February 15th, 8am, 40 degrees

March 1st, 8am, 38 degrees

March 15th, 8:30am, 39 degrees

April 1st, 2012 8:15 am, 35 degrees

April 15th, 9:30am, 60 degrees

May 1st, 7:30am, 46 degrees

May 15th, 8am, 57 degrees

June 1st, 9am, 63 degrees

June 15th, 7:30am, 61 degrees

July 1st, 8am, 74 degrees

July 15th, 5:30am, 68 degrees

August 1st, 7:30am, 64 degrees

August 2nd, 6am, 66 degrees

August 3rd, 7:30am, 68 degrees

August 4th, 7am, 74 degrees

August5th, 8:30am, 75 degrees

August 6th, 7am, 73 degrees

August 7, 7:30am, 64 degrees

August 8th, 7am, 66 degrees

August 9th, 7am, 64 degrees

August 10th, 7:30am, 68 degrees

August 11th, 8:30am, 74 degrees

August 12th, 8am, 70 degrees

August 13th, 7:30am, 68 degrees

August 14th, 6am, 62 degrees

August 15th, 7:30am, 68 degrees

August 16th, 7:30am, 66 degrees

August 17th, 8am, 66 degrees

August 18th, 8:30am, 68 degrees

August 19th, 9am, 68 degrees

August 20th, 8am, 61 degrees

August 21st, 8:30am, 66 degrees

August 22nd, 7:30am, 64 degrees

August 23rd, 8:30am, 64 degrees

August 24th, 7am, 60 degrees

August 25th, 7:30am, 64 degrees

August 26th, 8:45am, 66 degrees

August 27th, 8:30am, 64 degrees

August 28th, 8am, 72 degrees

August 29th, 8am, 62 degrees

August 30th, 9am, 64 degrees

August 31st, 7:30am, 62 degrees

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50. palmettobug53
3:30 PM GMT on September 01, 2012
Good morning, Beth.

Finally, we have a break in the rain. Yesterday was clear, as is today. Tomorrow should be fine, too. We've got a 30% chance of rain starting again on Monday and on through the rest of the week.

With all the rain we've gotten, it is hot and muggy out there. The heat index is already 95F.

Oh, gosh! LOL... TWC is talking about FEMA and the Waffle House Index. They quoted the owner of the Waffle House. The real time captions on my TV had the owner saying something like, "It's really important that after a weather emergency that we stay open. There's just something about serving a warm male that lifts everyone's spirits.'

I fully agree! Warm males do lift the spirits at times!

I just love some of the typos that occur with real time captioning. They have someone typing the narration and dialogue as they occur and we all know what can happen when you're typing that fast.

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49. sandiquiz
8:40 AM GMT on September 01, 2012
Dear Beth,

Wishing you White Rabbits, White Rabbits, White Rabbits
and a FUN and SAFE month of September!

Looks like Miss Leslie might head your way, and like Master Isaac, she is a big 'un!

Hope she heads out to sea, and comes our way, like Gordon and Kirk!!! lol

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48. janetlee
3:31 PM GMT on August 31, 2012
Bug is so right on the Homowners ASS. That is one reason i would NEVER live in such an area, it has always been one of the things we investigate before buying into a community. Most people in subdivisions know the rules & regs of getting along w/neighbors without another gov't type agency butting. My brother usually comes to mind when that subject is brought up. The community where he lives in W. Palm Bch,Fl took him before the council about every month when he & Daddy were building his home. The council thought it was taking them too long to build! It was just the 2 of them plus the licensed electricians, etc. doing the work. Another time he had a small utility shed tucked behind his tall shrubs (the only way to be seen was from his house & "they" made him take it down! He had a sort of sweet revenge (maybe not nice but by then they were being real ...'s)He took apart the building left all the contents & covered it with a tarp. After that they have left him alone.

Sorry to take up so much of your space for my soap-box, I'll take it and go home now.
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47. PeaceRiverBP
12:39 PM GMT on August 31, 2012
Bug; I've been watching Isaac, too; what a storm! Talk about a cliff-hanger!

Clotheslines are "tacky"? Well, I guess that it will become less tacky as the prices of energy continue to go up. I personally love the scent of air/sun dried clothing; it's much nicer (and more subtle) than smelling the overwhelming aroma of those baked-on perfumy fabric softeners. Some of them make my eyes water.

Yesterday was so windy that my clothesline blew over and luckily, I was able to rescue it as it was leaning, before it hit the ground!
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46. palmettobug53
4:33 PM GMT on August 30, 2012
Hi, Beth.

Everyone's been glued to the radars lately, sorry to say.

I've heard some folks say they'd like to use a clothesline but their homeowners association bylaws won't allow them. They're considered 'tacky.'

God forbid! Someone might think there's White Trash in the neighborhood!
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45. PeaceRiverBP
1:57 PM GMT on August 30, 2012
Sandi; I've scarcely had time to even get my daily view photo up.... but if not for that I would probably have dropped off the end of the (WUBA) earth altogether!

I hope you can look forward to a long, warm, sunny fall after the dreary summer you've had!

Everything is okay here... working, enjoying family and friends.... hiking and walking with Sammy whenever I can.... what more can one ask? :-)
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44. sandiquiz
4:29 PM GMT on August 29, 2012
Hi Beth
It is six days since anyone dropped in to see you, and if not for your daily photo you would be on page two!!
Sitting looking out on rain, and more rain. Not quite Isaac standard but steady precipitation for 24 hour, which is adding to to general sogginess of the land:(

Hope your week is going Ok :-)
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43. PeaceRiverBP
1:31 PM GMT on August 23, 2012
Bug; Since air-drying laundry is one of the easiest ways to save money and energy, I can't believe that more people don't do it; and besides, I love the smell of laundry fresh off the line!

Sandi; I air-dry even in the winter- indoors - and I so miss the scent that laundry acquires after hours in the fresh air and sun!

The latest photos aren't zoomed; the first photos were cropped because my very pleasant neighbors are a bit messy and I was cropping out the odds and ends they had laying on the ground under the feeders. After they cleaned it up, I stopped cropping the pictures. It'll be another month or more before the leaves fall off. Most of the trees are oaks and they take a long time to shed their leaves- some hang on even through our harsh winds until next spring's new greenery pushes them off.

Hope you're having a lovely day!
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42. sandiquiz
6:48 AM GMT on August 23, 2012
I still use a clothes line, too - I love the smell of air-dried laundry.

I see from the latest daily photo you "zoomed" in and the squirrel baffler is not as noticeable. It doesn't seem long since we were waiting for the leaves to obscure your view, but it will be soon be time for them to fall off!
Have a good day :)
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41. palmettobug53
11:54 PM GMT on August 22, 2012
I came over here to tell you something but got to reading the posts and now I haven't a clue as to what I wanted to say.

Drat this BSO syndrome!

I see you, Janet and myself are some of the last holdouts using a clothesline.

I had to snatch my wash back inside Sunday afternoon, when Hubby hollered, "RAIN!" The front bedroom and the shower rod had clothes hanging all over. The stuff that was on the line was almost dry except for that last load that had gone out.
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40. PeaceRiverBP
12:53 PM GMT on August 20, 2012
Sandi; How interesting! I see thistle-like plants here, but now I wonder if they're thistles or teasels (or both?)? With all those bristles, I can see how they would effectively card wool.

Thanks for the information and I hope you're having a great day! :-)
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39. sandiquiz
10:45 AM GMT on August 20, 2012
Hi Beth, it is a teasel, similar to a thistle, but larger, and more spiky. In the autumn it is full of seeds for the birds.

They were first used to "tease" out the fibres in sheep wool, to prepare it for spinning.
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38. PeaceRiverBP
2:44 AM GMT on August 20, 2012
Hoo-boy! So busy lately! Good busy, but busy! I'm finally getting back here to post!

Linda; Waving back! I regret to say that we see a HUGE crop of nuts show up here on Cape Cod every summer. Oh- you mean pecans....

Do let me know if you remember the title of the book. :-)

Sandi; What a pretty photo- is that thistle? Hope you had a very happy weekend, too!

Janet; Our squirrels will be hungry, as well. This is the second year in a row that the oak trees have produced a paltry crop of acorns. We have lots of wild grapes, here, too, but so far they are all green. I have seen huge numbers of wild black berries, though and was surprised to see so many ripened on the vine. Normally, the deer and other critters get them before people get a chance to. If I'd been prepared and had a container with me, I would have picked a bunch!

How nice that you were able to enjoy the sunrise. I saw part of the sunrise, but didn't stick around to watch it climb up the morning sky. Hope you had a good Sunday, too!
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37. janetlee
9:56 AM GMT on August 19, 2012
I'm up with the chickens this morning well actually with Molly. She must have had the cat on her mind again. I did however hear the neighbors rooster while waiting for her to do her business. Coffee is ready so I'm grabbing a cup and going out to enjoy the sunrise. The stars were out earlier even though it is partly cloudy. We got just a tad bit more rain earlier. It is always a welcome thing.
Have a good Sunday
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36. PeaceRiverBP
3:07 PM GMT on August 18, 2012
Just a quick pop in to say hello- will reply to posts soon! :-) Hope you're all having a great day!
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35. shoreacres
1:10 PM GMT on August 18, 2012
I saw you note about the apples and gave a rueful laugh. The biggest complaint I've been hearing around here is that the pecan crop is so heavy after last year's drought that the weight of the nuts is breaking limbs off the trees! The trees themselves were weakened by the drought, I suppose, but some folks have been saying they've never seen such a crop of nuts. I suppose it's a defense mechanism for the tree - poor things are thinking, "If we're going to die in a drought, we're going to leave our mark on the world!"

I was going to ask you to try and find another book for me, but now I can't remember which book it was. I'll think on that. ;)
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34. janetlee
12:34 PM GMT on August 18, 2012
I was scanning your posting about the apples. Such a bed year for everyone it seems including the buying public. All these terrible harvests certainly mean much higher prices for everything. Generations before us have gotten through it so I'm sure this one will also.

Our pear tree was overloaded this year - that is until the squirrels found it. They usually do not bother the pears because they are like rocks until the first frost. They go after the apples but we like everyone else had a bad year for those. So far they have not gotten into the presimmons nor the grapes. We don't cultivate those, they just came up wild and we've let them stay.

Have a great week-end
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33. sandiquiz
9:29 AM GMT on August 18, 2012

Have a happy weekend :)
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32. shoreacres
1:32 PM GMT on August 17, 2012
Hi, Beth! Just a quick wave - back later!
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31. PeaceRiverBP
12:38 PM GMT on August 16, 2012
Janet; I had to take my laundry down off the clothesline and hang it on an indoor drying rack while it rained, but the showers soon moved off and within an hour, I had my laundry hanging back outdoors, again!
I do love living in this area; it's perfect for an avid hiker/walker like me. My dog Sammy and I hit the trails almost every day.

Sandi; My pegged laundry has occasionally received a second rinse courtesy of Mother Nature, too! Sometimes those showers pop up before you know it!
I was talking on the phone to my sister who lives in Northern Vermont and she says that a combination of late frosts and too much rain has spoiled their apple harvest, too. They have a small grove of apple trees and there are almost no apples on the trees. Usually, at this point the apples trees are so loaded with fruit that they have to prop up the branches to keep them from snapping off. She's disappointed to think that she'll have to buy bushel's of apples to make her usual fall batches of apple butter, pies, etc. This must be a really tough year for the commercial orchards and farmers.
I hope that Gordon behave himself while he visits!
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30. sandiquiz
10:43 AM GMT on August 16, 2012
One lot of visitors down and one to go, so sheets and towels on the line, blowing in the wind.
I will listen out for the rain... it is bound to come when I am busy doing something else, and wet things through, again!

Yes, we have had a wet, and dismal summer. I was only talking to a friend who grows fruit for farmer's markets, yesterday. He says that the summer rain has meant there won't be an apple harvest, nor will there be many blackcurrants or brambles. AND, there appears to be a storm called "Gordon" out in the Atlantic heading our way!
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29. janetlee
7:16 PM GMT on August 15, 2012
Hopefully your clothes got dry, mine did. I had noticed it getting darker so went ot to take them down as it was also thundering. Just as I walked inside the heavens let loose! Talk about good timing :D

How lucky you are to live butted to a converstaion area. When we lived in Florida,eons ago, we were looking to buy a house butted up to Jonathan Dickenson State Park but instead Max got an offer we could not refuse. So house plans left in the dust we moved West to California. And as they say the rest is history.
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28. PeaceRiverBP
12:18 PM GMT on August 15, 2012
Janet; Yes, grand-dogs are fun, too! Both of my daughters have dogs as well as children and since I live abutting conservation land with hiking/biking/horse trails, they sometimes come over, dogs and all, to hike the trails with me.

I'm hoping that we stay storm-free, too. As it is, our normally strong winds have blown over my tomato cages and plants several times and now I have to keep them wired to the fence to try to keep them upright. Last year's TS Irene managed to trash my vegetable garden, even though I had my cages wired up then, too. I'd sure like to avoid a repeat of that experience!

Hope you're having a great day!
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27. janetlee
12:25 PM GMT on August 14, 2012
you are so right about the nothing beats having grandkids but these were "granddogs". Just as much fun and not half s much trouble.:D

I notice you are starting to have cooler morns already, I'm really looking forward to ours. August is usually our dry hot month but not so much this year. As long as we stay storm free I'll be happy with whatever....
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26. PeaceRiverBP
11:29 AM GMT on August 14, 2012
Sandi; Good morning! I hope you have no floods in store today.... good grief, you've certainly had all the rain that we've been missing this summer- too much of a good thing for you!

Enjoy your time with your friend & have a great day! :-)
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25. sandiquiz
4:45 AM GMT on August 14, 2012
I saw your comment about gentle rain.... we have had a shower of rain each day for three days, too - our down pour is set to come tomorrow, with potentially flash flooding!

As the old saying goes - it never rains, but it pours!

Have a good rest of week - I am going to be busy, I have a friend coming today for a couple of days and another coming at the weekend..... like London buses, you don't see one for ages and then two come together! lol
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24. PeaceRiverBP
3:03 AM GMT on August 14, 2012
Janet; I'm glad to hear that you had a nice visit with your family- there's nothing like grandkids, is there?

I air-dry year round, too, either on a clothes line or indoors on drying racks.

Bug; Yes, indeed! tourists everywhere! At least I live at the end of a quiet road with a farm next door and conservation area behind me, so I don't have to deal with the crowds unless I go out!

Ooh! Word trivia! Sounds like fun! :-)
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23. palmettobug53
4:53 PM GMT on August 13, 2012
Oh, Beth, you live right smack in the middle of those tourists.

Most of ours are downtown or scattered out to the various plantation gardens and the beaches. I work downtown but not near the main tourist mecca.

Like you Cape Codders, us locals here avoid the touristy areas like the plague. Sadly, we get those folks 'from off' in the winter, too, when your burden eases a bit. They're mostly from points north, where the weather is much nastier.

Word trivia on my blog, if you're interested.
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22. janetlee
3:17 PM GMT on August 13, 2012
I finally have some time to stop by and say "hi".
We had a very nice with D & her "boys".

I am looking forward to some cooler weather also! Fall will be nice. I am another of those solar dryer users. Like Red my clothes are on the line year round unless it is raining and I absloutely can not wait for a sunny day.
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21. PeaceRiverBP
1:36 PM GMT on August 12, 2012
Bug; Even in the winter, I'll take that season over summer, any day, because summer here is also tourist season and we Cape Codders hide all summer long until it's over!

I woke up to a lovely rainfall this morning- three days of gentle showers in a row! But, that means that I am using the dryer this morning to dry some things... mainly because I accidentally left windows open during a downpour and needed to use some old towels to clean up the puddles and they'd never dry without moldering in this humidity! However, I am drying some lighter things on my indoor clothes drying rack. :-)

Patti; It's nice to see another member of our air-drying sisterhood! Thanks for popping in! :-)
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20. redagainPatti
7:26 PM GMT on August 11, 2012
running in to wave hi and to share;... I STILL dry my stuff on a line btw.. unless it is ice cold outside or pouring rain..
hugs and love to all
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19. palmettobug53
2:52 PM GMT on August 11, 2012
Hi, Beth.

We're never satisfied, are we? In winter, we long for summer and vice versa.

Wouldn't it be nice if we could have spring and fall weather for most of the year? With just 4-6 weeks of slightly warmer or cooler weather for summer and winter? Just to break the monotony a bit?

I could do without the extremes, that's for sure.

I know what you mean about trying to get laundry on the line and dried, in between showers/thunderstorms.

Are we the only two on WU that still line dry? lol
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18. PeaceRiverBP
1:58 PM GMT on August 11, 2012
Sandi; Hello! Thanks for the cooler/dryer wishes! We're currently getting rain, but that's okay; I've recently heard that our water levels are eleven inches down, so we need these lovely showers. But, I will gladly take the cooler/dryer weather after the rain moves out. This has been an unusually hot, humid, almost rainless summer, and combined with our typical strong winds, it has wrecked havoc on my vegetable garden. My squashes and cucumbers did very poorly. I usually do second plantings of lettuce, beans and other fast growing crops, but this year, I'm trying for a second crop of tomatoes and squash, too.

You've certainly had your share of crazy weather this summer, too! It would have been nice to have some happy-medium between your weather and mine!

Thanks for stopping in! :-)
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17. sandiquiz
12:08 PM GMT on August 11, 2012
Hi Beth,

Just stopping by to wish you a cooler and less humid weekend. We have a gusty wind today. I had both external doors open, but each time there was a gust, the internal doors slammed shut! I suppose I could have wedged them open, but it was getting chilly so I shut one external door to lessen the through draft!

Love the photo of your cat at sunset:)
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16. PeaceRiverBP
1:40 AM GMT on August 09, 2012
Karen; The humidity usually comes and goes throughout the summer, but this year has been hotter and more humid than usual. It hasn't been too bad the last few days but I hear it's going to make a return..... nooooo!

I can't wait for fall!

Thanks for stopping in and I hope all is well with you!
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15. SBKaren
6:20 PM GMT on August 08, 2012
Gosh I am loving your view, but not your humidity. Is the humidity unusual?
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14. PeaceRiverBP
1:11 AM GMT on August 08, 2012

We enjoyed a beautiful sunset this evening and as I stepped out onto the deck to take some photos, my fuzzy buddy came out with me. :-)
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13. PeaceRiverBP
2:43 AM GMT on August 06, 2012
Bug; I love word games like Jumble and Cryptogram; they're great brain-teasers! I did my laundry yesterday, as we were threatened with rain today and I need sun to dry my wet wash, but it turns out that it's late and still hasn't arrived, yet.

Sandi; It's been so hot and humid here that I'm actually jealous of your hail! I hope that you get warmer and we get cooler, soon!

Janet; We're waiting for a cool-down, here, too. Although we are not as hot as many places, we have hit low to mid-80's and one day, even reached 88 degrees, but it's been beastly humid- gosh, I can't wait for this humidity to go away. Not only is it uncomfortable, but those of us with curly hair are dealing with what amounts to a tangled tumble-weed on our heads and my hair is near impossible to brush. Oh, well- I guess if that's the worst complaint I have in life, I'm not doing too badly. :-)

I hope your daughter made the journey safe & sound.
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12. janetlee
6:40 PM GMT on August 05, 2012
I hope you are having a nice week-end.

We have no plans except to wait on the Daughter to get here. She & her "boys" (2 dogs) are on I-95 heading North. She is somewhere in SC now. After looking at the radar shes probably in the middle of all the rain. It seems as if all weather takes that highway North also.

We are still hot & steamy around here. About the time we think its going to cool off a bit it does just the opposite. At least we are not in a drought like we were last year! Our pond is full to the brim now whereas last year we were starting to worry about the fish. Seems as if its either feast or famine.....
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11. sandiquiz
4:31 PM GMT on August 05, 2012
Hi Beth,
My view about 30 minutes ago - (my neighbours patio!)

Hope you are having a great weekend!
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10. palmettobug53
2:22 PM GMT on August 05, 2012
Beth, that sounds like something we have in the daily paper. They give you a word and you see how many other words you can come up with, with the letters in that word. They give all the answers the next day, whilst giving you a new word to drive yourself nuts with.

Busy doing laundry. I never did get to it yesterday.
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9. PeaceRiverBP
2:17 PM GMT on August 05, 2012
Bug; Thanks for the link to the game; it looks like an interesting spin on Scrabble. About ten years ago, I used to play a word game where you had to make up as many words as you could from a series of letters but I don't remember what it was called and haven't seen it since I ditched the computer I had back then. (It's funny to think how limited that old computer was- I think that today's Smart Phones have more capacity!)

Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!
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8. palmettobug53
12:08 PM GMT on August 04, 2012
Hi, Beth.

Yes, Bookworm is a word game. You can play the free version, which gets interrupted periodially by advertisements, or you can download the full version.

I opt for free.

There's several versions out there, on different sites. I started off in Bing games but somehow or other, I can no longer get into it. I use this one: MSN Bookworm

Hope your Saturday is a good one!
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7. PeaceRiverBP
12:54 PM GMT on August 03, 2012
Janet; Good morning! Hope you've had a good night's sleep after a busy day, yesterday- it makes perfect sense that even a lot of little stuff can wear you down.

Hope you have a great day! :-)
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6. janetlee
1:41 AM GMT on August 03, 2012
flying through a few tonight

we had a busy got nothing done really sort of day

those wear me out faster than being busy getting something done.

I know that makes no sense.
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5. PeaceRiverBP
12:40 AM GMT on August 03, 2012
Bug; Hello! You're welcome to mess up my blog all you want! (You've always been a wonderfully neat guest!)

Is Bookworm a game? I've never heard of it before but that's no surprise; I'm terribly behind in all the new trends these days. Too busy working- and that's a GOOD thing!

Thanks for stopping in! :-)
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4. palmettobug53
4:54 PM GMT on August 02, 2012
Oooh.... A nice clean blog to mess up!

Burned myself out with Bookworm so figured
I'd try to do a little visiting.

I love playing Bookworm. It takes my mind
totally off work. I jump back and forth to WU
and manage to get a few posts in but not as
many as I would if I wasn't playing.

I was always a big Scrabble fan, so Bookworm
is right up my alley. I do have an online scrabble game bookmarked but it is kinda slow.
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3. PeaceRiverBP
10:58 AM GMT on August 02, 2012
Janet; Hello and Happy August! Yes, we are overcast, too- rather foggy, in fact!

I'm wishing for a calm month, as well and I hope it's a lovely one for you and your family. :-)

Have a wonderful day!
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2. janetlee
12:40 PM GMT on August 01, 2012
Happy August
It looks as if you are overcast as we are
I hope you & yours have a calm month
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1. PeaceRiverBP
12:34 PM GMT on August 01, 2012
From last month's blog:

Sandi; White Rabbit! White Rabbit! White Rabbit!

Thanks for stopping in and I hope you enjoy a lovely August!
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