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From: "dortha gamel" <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] How's The Weather?
Date: Sun, 8 Feb 2009 12:15:37 -0600
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Betty,Are you researching the Bridgman family? if so, I know a lady who can
help you Dortha
----- Original Message -----
From: "Betty Cavner" <>
To: <>
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 10:08 AM
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] How's The Weather?


> Sure is nice to have a cup and read your e-mails.
> Do you know any Bridgeman families in Mtn. Home?
> BettyC
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "June Ramsey" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 8:17 AM
> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] How's The Weather?
>
>
>> Coffee time, done had 2 cups and a bath now will have to feed the
>> critters.They may really eat now with all the noises dying down.
>>
>>
>> Thanks Jean. We have 2 precious, and special daughters living by us and
>> they
>> both were so good to us. Karen done the water hawling and hawled gas for
>> us
>> most the time. We don't have apick up. She had 2 water tanks that she
>> would
>> take into town and fill at their sale barn after they got power, and
>> Janice
>> the oldest lives in our yard stayed with us and done all the cooking, and
>> running getting in the water, and helped Ed fill the generator with gas.
>> let me tell you a gas generator is a great thing to have. they are
>> expensive
>> to get but rather have one and not need it as not to have one and need
>> it.
>> Even in stormy weather you can loose power for a while. We was right "up
>> town" we could even have our T.V. Saved several dollars of meat and other
>> food in our deep freeze. We always keep it stocked. We are abt 15 mi from
>> Mtn Home.
>> Look's like it may rain here in Henderson before long. Just "please God
>> don't let it storm"
>> have a good day out there. Love , and God Bless Junebug
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Jean M Cuevas" <>
>> To: <>
>> Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 7:46 AM
>> Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] How's The Weather?
>>
>>
>>> Hi Junebug!
>>>
>>> If I were ever in such a storm, I would want to be your neighbor! :)
>> Your daughter is one special girl, and I know you know it! :)
>>> Amazing what our forefathers dealt with, and how far we have come, isn't
>> it?
>>>
>>> I am so glad to know that things are better for you, and I hope there
>> won't be anymore such storms for a long long time to come! So glad to
>> have
>> you back on the list!
>>>
>>> Blessings,
>>>
>>> Jean
>>>
>>> At 12:11 PM 2/7/2009, you wrote:
>>> >Thanks Jean for your letter. Here in Henderson , Baxter co. Ar. was a
>> mess,
>>> >and still some last night didn't have power from 27th Jan till 6th of
>> Feb.
>>> >we got our's on just after dark. We didn't have a generator for 2 days,
>>> >j
>> ust
>>> >the burners on our gas cook stove. kept water (hawled to us by dau) in
>> pots
>>> >with steam, and we could cook .had a a freezer full of meats was
>>> >worried
>> we
>>> >would loose that, but Karen stood in line 5 hrs. at Home Depot in first
>>> >truck load to get them and us generators. I keep alot of canned stuff
>>> >in
>> my
>>> >cabnits for we live about 15 mi out .Which came in handy. I even keep
>> loaves
>>> >of bread frozen. makes good toast buttered browned in skillet. Have 2
>>> >#2
>>> >lamps and keep oil another good light on batteries to take to "fraidy"
>> hole.
>>> >Us old folks know how to cope with this better than the younger bunch.
>>> >my
>>> >girls when they were growing up got some of this kind of experiance.An
>> old
>>> >was pan full of warmed water on gas stove to wet, and wipe keeps you
>>> >from
>>> >stinking to bad. Ha! Thank goodness for "flavored spray".Had a good
>> supply
>>> >of that. The first 2 nights was a little rough i slept in heavy sweets
>>> >2
>>> >house coats and we had alot of cover so made it ok. Made me think how
>>> >mom
>>> >used to pile so much cover on us couldn't move, buried up in feather
>> beds.
>>> >Some times you she would heat the old iron wrap in blanket put to our
>> feet..
>>> >You would pull up your knees till they would get to hurting and then
>>> >when
>>> >you streched out your legs you would freeze again. LOL.
>>> >
>>> >Sun is in and out sure looks good this morning. Suppose to rain
>>> >tomorrow
>> and
>>> >possible severe weather the first of the week. Lord know's that all we
>> need
>>> >now. At least we have a place this year to go, and our generator. Guess
>> that
>>> >is about enough probably tired of hearing me.Love Ya!! Junebug
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >----- Original Message -----
>>> >From: "Jean M Cuevas" <>
>>> >To: <>
>>> >Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2009 7:03 PM
>>> >Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] How's The Weather?
>>> >
>>> >
>>> >> I am so sorry to hear what you have had to go through, but glad to
>>> >> hear
>>> >that things might be getting started to be back to normal.
>>> >>
>>> >> Blessings,
>>> >>
>>> >> Jean
>>> >>
>>> >> At 06:23 PM 1/31/2009, you wrote:
>>> >> >The weather has been terrible in Melbourne,no power since,no hear no
>>> >> >telephone no cell phone and couldn't get out of our driveway for
>> tree's
>>> >and
>>> >> >couldn't get close to the cattle barn either,as of 11;00 today we
>> finally
>>> >> >have things partly back to normal.Timber here is just ruined.Still
>> lots
>>> >of
>>> >> >people that doesn't have power,and we are only about 2 miles from
>>> >> >town
>>> >but
>>> >> >town didn't have power part time either.sorry for being so long
>> winded.ha
>>> >> >but a rough week.
>>> >>
>>> >> ************************************************************
>>> >> Jean Mayfield Cuevas
>>> >> Marietta, GA
>>> >> <>< Born once, die twice - Born twice, die once.
>>> >> John 3:16
>>> >>
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>>> Jean Mayfield Cuevas
>>> Marietta, GA
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>>> John 3:16
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