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In the still of winter

  On a beautiful Monday that looks like this I feel like it’s time to get my body moving. One problem?  The wind chill gives one an ice cream headache without the deliciousness of peanut-butter Baskin & Robbins. So a very quick walk to get the mail followed by a fresh, hot cup of coffee. 
Dreaming of toes wiggling in the sand? You betcha!  However I won’t wish the days or time away. Blessings are found regardless of the temperature out side. 

I hope you find your blessings today. 
Hugs,

Doll

One comment on “In the still of winter

  1. I’ve been dreaming of forests and camping. I’m with you on this, Doll! 🙂

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