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Make that FRIGID Friday...got up this morning to a temperature of 15 degrees, now I know for those of you in the frozen tundra, like my friend Mrs. Dilly-Dally or Barbie Jo 15 is a walk in the park but for this southern gal....OMG...I'm freezing my patootie off.  On February 2 Phil was proclaimed to not see his shadow so 6 weeks till spring, but then if he saw his shadow 6 weeks left of winter...LOL, I love that joke, anywho, it appears that a groundhog can predict the weather and so if the case and the 2nd was a week ago then Spring is 5 weeks away and it should start getting warmer not COLDER.  So like most weatherman I guess it's okay that Phil can be right 50% of the time.

So...
until next time....
Stay Warm...
and I'll send my new address
when we move south...
Kelly Ann

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  1. Come here, it's a balmy 18 degrees at the Jersey Shore! See, warmer than where you are! LOL

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  2. Darned good thing I bought that little ceramic heater thingy for my sewing room. Last night I had it up on the sewing table so that it was pointed directly at my fingers as I sewed on the machine. There are rumors that the weather will warm up this weekend here in eastern PA. I'm ready for all of that now-dirty snow to finally melt.

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  3. Sending you some California Sunshine and a big hug!

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  4. pretty frigid over here in cleveland too. hoping for some warmer thaw soon:)

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