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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

A view from the "NOW"

Just a little post by phone while on an evening walk before daylight runs out! It's been a lovely January Florida day!

There will be quiet sewing time tonight and tomorrow we do it all over again!

PS --- Not to rub it in or anything, but it was 80 degrees today ;c)

14 comments:

  1. WOW, oh WOW!! What a beautiful sunset!!!

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  2. *sigh*......................... :o)

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  3. And we were in the 20s. Good thing you aren't trying to rub it in. : )

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  4. Anonymous7:03 PM EST

    Lovely picture! Great temps, when here we sit in a rainy day with mid 40's; tho' that is warm for Maine in January!
    Enjoy the sewing!
    Faye in Maine

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  5. Fantastic!

    Happy Sewing :0)

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  6. Anonymous7:18 PM EST

    Beautiful!

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  7. Love that temp..hope the temp change doesn't make you sicker!

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  8. Don't brag too much we have a "cold front" coming. The temp will probably drop to 60, bwaahaha

    signed,
    Orlando just up the road from ya

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  9. Lynne in Hawaii8:46 PM EST

    Awesome picture!

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  10. Mean, mean, mean...23 for a high here today. Are you sure you don't want to come hang out in MN for a while? Enjoy the beautiful weather and get in some good sewing time. Now that you are half a century old, you get to do whatever you want!

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  11. In my dreams! It looks beautiful there--enjoy!

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  12. sounds nice, its high 90's to 100 here in South Australia this week, I am so "over" the heat, not good quilting weather!!, looking forward to cold weather, but thankful we don't have snow.

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  13. 80° and very humid for January. I know your loving it, but I am hoping it drops back down to about 65° and all this humidity goes away so we can sleep again, without having to turn on the A/C.

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  14. Ok, I am SO, SO jealous! In 2 months we leave for Florida ... and I. CAN. NOT. WAIT!

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