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This past week has been a sort of see-saw weather; it was cloudy and cold, and quite dismal.  On Wednesday the sky opened up and gave us a torrential rain, why here in New England and not in California!  Then I learned on the news that it was a Northeaster - which usually gives us 24-36 inches of snow when it comes during winter.  At least the rain didn't accumulate, although the brooks and streams are really flowing this time.  Gotta love New England weather, it's still kind of warm that some kids are in their shorts and tank tops, while us grandmas are already in our sweat shirts and have cranked up the heaters.

Had it been snow I would have retreated to my sewing room and not come out till it is melted (not to worry, I have a good stash of chocolate to keep me nourished).

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Comment by Barb/WI on October 27, 2014 at 7:50am

Chocolate makes any storm tolerable!  We've had a few super nice days before the temps take a dive for the rest of the week.  I should make it so much easier to spend some much needed time in my sewing room.

Comment by B J Elder/WA on October 27, 2014 at 7:20am

So glad you have your winter stock of chocolate ready. That's what really matters! LOL  Glad it was just rain and not snow yet ... that is coming soon enough.

Comment by Pam/NY on October 26, 2014 at 2:16pm

We had that same storm, but not as bad. We closed up the lake house today in cold rainy weather!

Comment by Prairie Quilter Jan/NE on October 26, 2014 at 12:31pm

As along as you are well stocked with chocolate, that's all that matters.  :D  

We had unseasonably cold temps in September and now we're having unseasonably warm temps.  Makes for nice, fall days, but certainly not typical.  We could have used your rain.  

Comment by Irene Gallway on October 26, 2014 at 12:11pm

I hear you Aida, I had to take my sister to Bangor that day for a Dr. appointment and it started to rain before we left.  It poured here for three days and the last days have been damp and dreary.  The sun is trying to come out as I speak.  The temps have been in the high 50's even during the rain.

Do you live anywhere near Rochester N. H.?  That's where I send my Husqvarna/Viking to be serviced. It's costly, but the last time I sent it out through the Viking Store in Bangor it came back a mess. I could pull the bobbin thread right out and they tried to convince me that was normal. It cost me a fortune for Auger's to get it straightened out but they got it fixed.

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