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Beth

We're getting rain, too, and I've never been so happy to see it. We've actually had trees dying here from the drought, as well as my perennials and annuals. Even the weeds have looked wilty. I'm sorry about your Dad's house, though. I'm sure it will dry quickly once the sun comes back out. And your gardens and flowers will look so happy and fresh!

Siria

I'm so glad you are finally getting rain. I sure hope nothing needs to be re-done on your Dad's house because of it. I'm sure it will dry out just fine. It was great to see the progress on the house! I have been wondering how it has been coming along. It seems like it has really gone up fast! When is it supposed to be completed?

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