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Old Nov 7th, 2003, 09:15 PM   #41
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A clear, cold, crisp and glorious S. Ontario day. My ears were freezing even soaking in the hot tub. I had wondered if the sun had abandoned us. Should be nice and clear tonight for some hot tubbing and star gazing.

I think we are going to have a very good new Mayor next week to get some energy and excitement back into Toronto.
'Bout time.
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Old Nov 7th, 2003, 09:21 PM   #42
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A cool, crisp November night here in St.John's, with the full moon above. The four doxies were in Churchill Park, and one of them started to howl. I thought that this was only in movies, but it does have an effect on dachshunds. Of course, they are descended from werewolves, so I am not surprised.

Good night, all. Sleep tight...............we shall sleep lightly, I fear, with garlic cloves around our neck for protection.
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Macdoc,

I hear that your "new" mayor in the mighty city of Mississauga will be the same "ole" mayor, none other than her majesty, Hazel McCallion.

Last spring my 1st grader was involved in a season ending hockey tournament, and to our most pleasant suprise, the kids were awared their trophies personally by none other than our dear Hazel.

What a hero she was (is) (will always be) !!

Much like yourself, as a non resident of the city of Toronto, I'd like to give a 3 cheers for the future mayor in the race for "Mel ville".

Here's to another TORY common sense Revolution!
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Oops,
... meant to say that today was a most welcome suprise. A crisp, clear and most definately sunny day! Seems to me we've been short of these days lately.
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Great day in Brampton Ontariario, sunny and -1 deg C when I was out raking the leaves first thing this morning, a bit warmer now. About time... I was starting to feel like I was in Vancouver...
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Old Nov 8th, 2003, 12:11 PM   #46
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+7C with a bit of light rain. So much for raking the leaves that are starting to finally fall.
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Old Nov 8th, 2003, 01:27 PM   #47
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Damn it's cold - the house last night just wouldn't get warm and I woke up with a splitting migraine which the bright sunshine wasn't helping.
Unusual as I am weather triggered but most often during a low not a high.
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Guess I'll start a favourite fall foods thread to make myself feel better.
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Old Nov 8th, 2003, 01:37 PM   #48
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Macdoc, have you ever tried a hot water bottle to help you sleep soundly/warmly? When my wife came here to St.John's from Calgary, the damp +1C cold made her colder than the -30C she experienced in Calgary. A hot water bottle did the trick. Now, we have continual heat generators in the form of doxies.
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I usually sleep very well and did so last night just both my daughter and I noticed the house cold/drafty even tho the thermostat said 21...damn cold 21 it was.

I layer bedding and rarely ever get cold - anyone will tell you shorts and sandals are my "all but a raging blizzard" everyday all year apparel.
I did hit the hot tub again to warm up, perhaps just the first cold blast of winter. I also was went with very little sleep two nights before and that might have depressed my metabolism. I usually pull one all nighter a month.
It's soooo nice out today but this lingering migraine is holding me to dark quiet rooms.
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I used to remember when "all nighter" meant a much more enjoyable activity. Ah, youth....
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