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  • rags
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    Hi Patrice,

    I also live in westchester.
    Who do you see for IC? Do you know of any support groups in our area?

    Look forward to hearing from you
    Thank you
    Tara
    [email protected]

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  • rnewman
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    Get your cars covered if you can...or park them so they are easily removed....buy some salt~~

    Get prepared for more SNOW!!!! <img src="graemlins/eek.gif" border="0" alt="[eek]" />

    rachel

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  • NB
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    I'm in Reading,PA and it snowed all day on Thursday! I live on a snow emergency route and i had to literally dig my car out of the snow just to park across the street in this parking lot. Everyone kept driving by honking, wistling, and one jerk even yelled "looks like you need some help!" as he drove by.
    I'm originally from TX and i used to love the snow because it was such a rare occasion, now i thinks it's just a giant pain in the *** ! I guess i'm not in the holiday kind of mood.
    hope everyone is doing okay!

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  • rnewman
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    Thanks Alisha...

    and Im wishing I was down there on the beach with you!!! But I'll try to enjoy the snow <img src="graemlins/hat.gif" border="0" alt="[hat]" />
    Rachel

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  • Alisha
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    Hey Girls....well I have never seen snow, so I have no idea what it is like. All I can tell you is that it is HOT here in Fl. and I will prob. be spending another Christmas morning watching the sun rise on the beach. Although it is beautiful, sometimes I wish I could wake up to a white Christmas. Hope you are bundled up and staying warm.

    <img src="graemlins/hi.gif" border="0" alt="[hi]" /> from Florida,
    Alisha

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  • yvette
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    I see Dr. Susan Pursell in Beverly (and Danvers) Mass.

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  • fran kearney
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    Hi yvette,
    would you mind telling me who you see for ic? Are they good I am starting to look for a new doc around the north of boston. Thank you <img src="graemlins/banghead.gif" border="0" alt="[banghead]" />

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  • Nachomama
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    Okay, I'm going to be the party pooper [img]biggrin.gif[/img] I about killed myself today shoveling out my parking spot. After sweeping off the car, I then had to get all of it out from around the car [img]rolleyes.gif[/img] I was dyin' today <img src="graemlins/baby.gif" border="0" alt="[baby]" />

    I then preceeded to reward myself with some Hershey-ettes. They are slightly different from M&Ms and they used to be sold by the bag when I was a kid. Now, they only sell them in small amounts and packaged in holiday containers. In this instance, they were candy canes. I went out around midnight on Wednesday to get some. Didn't want to be stuck in a snow storm without them!! Forget the toilet paper, bread and milk [img]biggrin.gif[/img] &gt;Tina

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  • rnewman
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    Patrice: Yes, this is nutty!! I hope you did go sledding with your daughter and enjoyed a day off. I certainly did enjoy a day off. I sipped my hot kava coffee and watched a movie....finished my holiday cards too!!

    So hot carob works for all of you? I had heard carob was just as acidic as cocoa.
    Rachel

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  • Patrice
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    Rnewman: I'm from West Chester. I think this winter is going to be a doozy. The earliest snow I can remember was Thanksgiving when my daughter was a newborn...1996! Cecily Tynan says this is the record for the most snow before Dec 15th or something. It was good timing though! They closed my daughters school nice and early so I could go sledding with her. I'm paying for it today though!

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  • yvette
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    Well, its snowing here in Salem, MA....and the roads are a mess [img]rolleyes.gif[/img] <img src="graemlins/lmao.gif" border="0" alt="[lmao]" />

    I suggested earlier to my co-workers that it was a good day for a spa massage, then to curl up with a good movie and a cup of hot chocolate (hot carob for us ICers???--LOL) Of course you still have to have a nice view nearby of the snow falling [img]biggrin.gif[/img]

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  • havehope
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    Just south of DC, and we have a good five inches at our house. It's great!

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  • rnewman
    started a topic HOLY SNOW!!

    HOLY SNOW!!

    WOW....

    Has philly ever seen this much???!!!! Living in NJ snow was always been quite icey or slush-ey or otherwise un snow like...not like the fluffy white stuff we got in Western Mass!! THIS IS IT though...I woke up to 6 inches on my little street off of south street and I dont feel like my bladder will enjoy the cold as I walk the 15 blocks to class....
    Everyone else get this snow as well??? Hope everyone remains feeling well despite!!

    Enjoy a day cozied up with some hot kava coffee!!
    Haha....what other hot drinks do people enjoy?? I miss my tea..
    Rachel
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