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November 24, 2004

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Grampa Smith

First Zanny now you guys. Keep that snow away from DSM for a long,long time. Hope the car is not in too bad shape. Glad no one is hurt.

Love to All!
GS

Grandma Delores

Sounds like everyone should just stay home today!! Glad Rob is OK. Patients won't be able to get in for their appointments either. We are snowless and thats OK after hearing your story. Grandma Delores

michelle

Im soo jealous...we NEEd snow up here to cover up all of the brown.

Rob, Im waiting to see a song or 2 from the new U2 album on your ipod....it is ExCeLLeNt!!!! Track 3 & 5 are great.

Travel safe and we will see you all (sans Rob) on Friday!

Michelle

Gramma Judy

So sorry to hear about your snow storm and about Rob's accident. Thank goodness no one was hurt -- especially Rob! (When he called to tell me about it tonight, I was sitting in the hot tub enoying our nice warm evening.) :-)

It is that kind of weather that I am really glad to be away from. I guess we will get a refresher course on winter when we spend December up there, but I hope we hit a mild spell. I'm just not a cold weather person.

It sure looks pretty and Christmasy, though!

Enjoy but be careful!
Love,
Gramma Judy

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Stuff I've Been Listening To

  • Queen of the Supermarket
    Bruce Springsteen: Working on a Dream
    (*****)
  • Hold Up My Heart
    Brooke White:
    New tune from our favorite AI person ever (****)
  • Slapped Actress
    The Hold Steady: Stay Positive
    Awesome E-Street Band type music- this one about a fake fight gone wrong in Ybor City (****)
  • Walls
    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: She's The One (Soundtrack)
    "Baby, you got a heart so big it could crush this town" (*****)
  • Steve McQueen
    Sheryl Crow: C'mon, C'mon
    IMHO, Sheryl's best song (*****)
  • So Far Away
    Carole King: Tapestry
    This is a perfect album from '60's songwriter who wrote "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (*****)
  • South of Cincinnati
    Dwight Yoakam: Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc. Etc.
    Missing a lost love "Down where the dogwood trees grow" (*****)
  • I Found Love
    Lone Justice: Shelter
    Maria McKee's band was ahead of it's time in the alt.country genre- paved the way for Uncle Tupelo and others to follow (****)
  • Rock Island Line
    Johnny Cash:
    "I got pig iron, I got all pig iron!" (*****)
  • Be Easy
    Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings: 10 Days 100 Nights
    This is one great R&B album (*****)
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