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Date:10/30/2014 11:08:57 PM
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Hi, Chi Chi,
Okay, so sounds like the white out there means one could still drive safely home if out somewhere. The other day it rained so hard one could hardly see thru it. Mom was at work so didn't have to drive in it, but wouldn't want to have been on a freeway during that time. Don't think mom would ever want to be on a mountain road in possible snow without a 4 wheel vehicle. Do they make people put on chains when the snow is heavy? That's done here in the snowy mountains and if one doesn't have any has to buy 'em from the tow truck folks and if unable to install 'em can pay for that to be done as well. Mom is so glad not to have to deal with snow. Your mom got lots done staying inside.

Sometimes our mom will wait till the end of the day to clean up the birdie seed mess as it'll just be more, heehee.

Have a great day, wing hugs, beak kisses and a vote, Pearl and Silver.
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