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Had just finished my poached eggs on toast and sausage this morning when the phone rang. "Merry Christmas!", so I said "Thank you, and Merry Christmas to you and Karen too". "Yeah, the kids and grand kids are coming later today, but don't know how it's going to go with them here for a few days with no hot water". Oh well, not sure what I would have otherwise accomplished this morning anyway, but they now have hot water and I'm back home, so all is well in my little world. Merry Christmas to all of the men and women literally on the line during this blessed time, and to everyone here!

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Glad it all worked out well for you and your family having hot water now.

Merry Christmas to you and to everyone reading this!!

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My problem is the opposit of yours.... I'm usually trying to get out of hot water.......

MERRY X_MAS to ya......
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