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Date:8/21/2014 5:32:43 AM
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Hi Nibbles
Ooh, that's a lot of snow! It's a good thing you're inside, you'd be buried! A Nibbles popsicle!
We live in the Yucatan of Mexico so it's the tropics. The average temp is 86 all year. In the winter it can dip down to the 60s but that would be at night and not often. They have never seen snow here and the Mayans don't even have a word for it. Mom keeps telling them that some year it will snow and they think that is so funny. Mom would love to see them see snow for the first time! We live in a small fishing village at the beach. Tonite it'll be in the 70s as we have a cold front coming through. My parronts are so funny - it hits 70s and they are in flannel pjs, down comforter on the bed and all the windows shut. And my mom is originally from upstate NY!!!!
What are you doing for New Year's? Are you going to the milonga on Sat. nite? Hope to see you there!
High 4 - Picabo
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