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hot for the holidays

Had to tell you – it’s mind-bogglingly warm here. Just doing errands on my bike in a light jacket, no hat, no gloves. It’s too bad global warming has its wonderful side, especially for Canadians.



2 Responses to “hot for the holidays”

  1. Penny says:

    Have a wonderful Christmas Beth – Looks like the weather has followed you from Hawaii. Enjoy your time out but if you feel the need for the occasional fix I am sure we will all be ready and waiting. As for me I'm pedalling hard to catch up with Christmas! And our weather is damp grey and miserable. We sure packed a lot into those few weeks – thanks for getting me moving. What a boring world it would be if we were all the same. Vive la difference!

  2. beth says:

    I agree, dear friend. Have a wonderful Xmas with your bairns big and small. Hope to see you again soon. much love.

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