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Boxing Day, and I'm back on form, I think. :-)

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Today is the first time since before the wedding that I have tracked my food and fitness, and actually gone out of my way to exercise. After days of not managing more than a slide to the corner shop, this morning I was rudely woken by a massive cramp in my lower left leg that had me screaming in pain and got Tara shooting out of her bed to my side in a matter of seconds. It is still aching all these hours later, and I am putting it down to lack of exercise, and possibly exacerbated by the bottle of lager I drank yesterday, though I may be wrong about that.

I haven't had much trouble with cramp since I started Sparking a few months ago and was exercising daily, but the last few days have seen me mostly sat down either at the computer or in my armchair, and it never occurred to me to get Tigger or Roo out, even though we couldn't do our usual walks in Highwoods with the treacherous conditions of the pavements preventing our getting there. Funny how quickly you can revert to a sedentary lifestyle after a combination of a hectic week, a wedding, lack of sleep and then a flu bug knocking you sideways.

Well, lesson learned. :-) No more sat on my btm all day long. My Sports Bra came out of the drawer, Tigger came out of the cupboard and Roo came out from behind the sofa, and between them all I did half an hour of exercise, followed by walking a mile with Leslie Sansone.

www.exercisetv.tv/workout-videos/wal
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Actually, I'm challenging you guys who can to give this video a go. It is so much more than just walking. She warms you up, gets your heart pumping and your muscles working, then cools you down and stretches you out, and she is very encouraging. I managed to do the full twenty minutes today and it felt G.O.O.D! :-)

I'll get back to the strength exercises tomorrow. I'd been doing well working on my arms and abs etc and letting it slide the last few weeks has put me back somewhat. Still, it's never too late to get back in the swing of things, so out will come the weights tomorrow and then I'll be properly back on the wagon. If only the dratted ice will thaw so we can get out to Highwoods, my joy will be complete. *grin* Sadly, although our temps are supposed to be going above freezing over the next few days, they are also forecasting heavy snow for Tuesday as it sweeps across the country, so we could be back to Narnia for walkies very shortly. I just hope the ice melts first. *gulp* I can't remember a winter like this in my life! :-) The last time it snowed was 8 days ago, but we still have snow on the ground, although it is solid ice now. The pavements are horrendous! Shows how cold it has been all week. I stubbed my toe on what looked like snow yesterday morning when I was feeding the birds. Who knew you could do that! LOL

So, away to get my somewhat late evening meal now. Tagliatelle and ratatouille with a sprinkling of proper cheddar on top. Yummy! :-)
Have a great rest of Boxing Day!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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We finally dug Sophie's tennis balls out of the snow!





Watched Alice last night.

  
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LINDABENEDICT 12/30/2010 10:06PM

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SILLYHP1953 12/28/2010 12:13PM

    Sorry about that leg cramp, they really are painful, as you know. Thankfully I haven't had any for quite a while. I know how easy it is to get back into a sedentary lifestyle, but I finally did a 10-minute aerobic video from Coach Nicole yesterday and another 10-minute video this morning. My office had been jam packed full of empty boxes and Christmas tubs and could hardly walk through it, let alone exercise in there. But Sunday was spent clearing it out, now the spare bedroom is full! Within a few weeks it will all be up in the attic again and back to normal.

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CHEVY63 12/27/2010 7:21PM

    Good job on pulling the tigger and roo back out! You're right, it is easy to get back into a sedentary lifestyle - so you know what you need to do.

Love your pictures, as always.

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ELAOPET 12/27/2010 3:48PM

    Lucky for me, I get to workout outside! I keep my 47 stairs in our house as a back up plan ;)))
Yes, going back to all habits is just a breath away, as I well learned these days! I think I may have gained some for the first time in 8 and a half months! And I don't even care much, because it's the end of the year and when I do my inventory THIS time, man am I gonna be patting myself on a shoulder!
Dad and I considered throwing out table decorations aka cookies and cakes - in the trash today! We deceided that would be silly - so, still suffering here! LOL
Have a nice evening, hope the weather gets better soon! Very cold here, but dry!
Love the pictures! LOL

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WANDAH3 12/27/2010 9:17AM

    The weather all over are very strange this year. Our son's girlfriend left on Boxing day for the north of England to visit with family. Afton, wasn't sure that her flights were going to actual happen with all the delays and cancelations that were going on.
So glad that you and Tara are over the flu bug and feeling better.
Have a great day,
hugs,
Wanda

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JHADZHIA 12/26/2010 10:18PM

    Its calcium you have to mind for cramps, women need at least 1,000 mg a day.. Sorry about your sidewalks. I am struggling with that too. No choice but to go out, gotta work and go to my gym :(( I give thanks every time I make it safe to my destinations LOL. Work 4 out of five days this week. Busy, busy.
Nice to have you back in top form! I would try the video, but I would be old and retired by the time my poor connection downloaded that, even short you tube viseos crash it :((
Good sleeps to you tonight with no cramps!!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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BOVEY63 12/26/2010 8:22PM

    I'll bet Tigger and Roo were happy to see you.
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Stay warm!

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TWOTIMESS 12/26/2010 4:18PM

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Glad you're feeling better - how's your salt? I cramp mostly when my salt goes down too much - lots of water and perspiring. Then I take a lick of salt (yech!) and I'm right as rain again.

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Narnia in Highwoods

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Remember when Lucy went through the wardrobe into Narnia and found that solitary lamppost in the middle of the woods?

Well, I decided that the modern equivalent is this:



A solar panel in the middle of Highwoods. Much use it will be today though, with all that snow on it. LOL

Below is a selection of my favourite photos from our walk in Highwoods today. We didn't get the early start I'd planned because I finally managed a decent night's sleep and didn't get out of bed until nearly 10 am.

Our painted doorstep. Strange, huh? I still say "Why?" *grin*:



Virgin Garden Snow:



Trees in our street:





The obligatory tunnel photo. Otherwise known as (for today anyway) Entrance to Narnia:



Other equally brave souls were about today:



Nature's Totem Pole:



Ivy kept clear of the snow:





The trees and bushes look spectacular in their winter finery:





The beauty just takes my breath away:





A couple of Lowry-style Shots:





The lake is still frozen:



Self-Portrait Having a lovely time in a hat I made using a knitting loom. :-) The bright scarf is for finding me easily if I fall in a drift! LOL



In the woods:





Civilisation, otherwise known as the Highwoods shop car park. Tara and Sophie posing for the camera, or at least trying to, until Sophie thought she saw a squirrel. LOL



This, believe it or not, is a photo of the Dipping Pond:



Berries really stand out against the snowy branches:



More tree shots as we approach the end of the woodland area:





Exiting the woods for the fields:



All the way through the woods we kept getting showered with snow as the light winds rustled the tree tops, and I got a shot of Tara as the trees had their last bit of fun as we left the woods:



Another beautifully etched tree:



This gate is grinning at us, don't you think? Look at all those teeth! LOL :-)



Finally! I get a decent shot of Tara! :-)



Preparing for takeoff!



Sophie! :-)



Tara informed me that Arians are born leaders, which is why she ventured off the lightly beaten track to lead the way across the fields for future explorers. "Wow Mum! Look how deep the snow is Mum!"



It's THIS deep!



"Come on People! Home's this way! I can smell the red paint and the Baker's Complete!" LOL





"Wait! Wait! Was that a squirrel?"



And so we say farewell to Highwoods and watch more intrepid explorers navigate the Entrance to Narnia. Good luck my friends! Stay safe, and if you see Mr. Tumnus, give him a hug from us!"



The snow had one last surprise for us as we reached our house. Look what happened to the snow that attached itself to our gate! Talk about snow sculpture!:



I hope you enjoyed our walk through Narnia Highwoods.
Have a Serene Sunday!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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CHERIRIDDELL 12/25/2010 3:27AM

    I loved the gate snow sculpture!

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CHEVY63 12/24/2010 5:32PM

    Thanks for sharing Narnia - what beautiful pictures! You have great talent with the camera!

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BOVEY63 12/20/2010 1:00PM

    Thanks for sharing Narnia with us. Mother Nature sure makes some beautiful scenery and Tara, Sophie and you are adorable in it!
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CARLA-216 12/20/2010 9:36AM

    What beautiful photos, Lexie! That sure looks like a lot of snow. That is not the norm for you guys, is it?

xoxo
Carla
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SILLYHP1953 12/20/2010 8:40AM

    I'm reading your blog at work and all the pictures are missing. Our work has implemented some kind of usage restraints on our computers, but thankfully I can still access sp. I'll have to look at the pictures when I'm on my home computer, cause I know they're beautiful judging by previous pictures of your walks!
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GINGER_LOSTALOT 12/20/2010 6:03AM

    I love Narnia and I love your photos. Thank you for taking the time to create this lovely blog!

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JHADZHIA 12/19/2010 9:00PM

    Absolutely gorgeous!! Loved this beautiful walk! Lots of people about there! Not so much in our winter wonderland, too bloody cold LOL.
Hope you have another good sleep! it would be a dream to sleep into 10 am, but then I'd be late for work tomorrow LOL.
Hugs from Siberia, Saskatchewan ;),
Linda xxx

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TWOTIMESS 12/19/2010 5:24PM

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I love trees!

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P0KERS0PH 12/19/2010 4:34PM

    I love the pic with the berries, it's so festive!
I really hope we have a white Christmas!

Looks like you got a little more than we did x

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SISSYFEB48 12/19/2010 2:46PM

    You are having quite a winter. Now you can just enjoy it and not worry since the wedding has happened! Hugs, Dawn

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NEW-CAZ 12/19/2010 1:49PM

    Stunning!
Still laughing over the doors step!

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ANNEMAC5 12/19/2010 11:26AM

    Lovely pictures and story, I am just up the road in Chelmsford but not got such a nice park near me. emoticon

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ELAOPET 12/19/2010 10:58AM

    Eeeeh, magic is much needed in deed! Thank you for magnificent pictures - I enjoyed each very much!
(I've loads of dog's behind pics as well ;)))

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WANDAH3 12/19/2010 10:32AM

    I love how you can take an ordinary day and turn it into a wonderful imaginary story. Thank you for brightening my day. I'm heading out the door soon to begin shoveling once again. Plus side...it's a Sunday and I don't have to go to work, so I can enjoy the the day.

Hugs,
Wanda

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It's snowing again.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Very, very luckily for Bryony and Rob, they flew back from Iceland last evening, getting to Rob's parents' in Horsham before the snow started in earnest. Bryony wanted a White Wedding, but with so many people needing to travel safely we kind of cancelled that wish. :-) So today she got a White Church Blessing instead. :-)

The snow did mean a number of guests didn't make it, sadly. The blessing has been organised by Rob's parents to give their extended family a chance to celebrate the wedding. Rob has a very, very, very big family. Quite a lot of them came to Devon, and many more are attending the blessing.

We were invited, but couldn't be away two weekends in a row. It wouldn't have been fair on Sophie or Anne and Pat to disappear again so soon, and it is probably just as well, because we wouldn't have been able to get home again tomorrow. Looking at the weather Bry and Rob will probably be stuck in Horsham for a day or two. Not that they'll mind I'm guessing, though Rob tells me they plan to head for Devon as long as ice isn't too much of an issue. :-)

As for me, I plan to get up bright and early in the morning to take Sophie for a walk in the snow at Highwoods. Want to get out there before all the regulars turn the place to ice. :-) This dratted cold is hanging on to me but I will not let it beat me into submission! Fresh air is good for me! So there!!! *grin*

Sophie is a major snow dog. I reckon she was a Husky in a previous life. She has been out in the garden several times in the last few hours, and is now sitting sulking by the back door because I'm ignoring her wanting to go out yet again! I am so mean to that dog! LOL

Here's something amusing...

A council worker came through my gate and knocked on the door today. When I answered the door he was on his knees in the snow painting my doorstep red! I told him to go for it, but that I didn't want the back doorstep done, and left him to it.

So sad a sight to see this guy going door to door in the snow with the soul purpose of painting doorsteps. :-) I have one question... Why? Not why is it a sad sight, but why are the council spending money painting doorsteps? *shakes head in disbelief*

So, that is me for another day. I'm getting so little sleep currently that I'm exhausted. When I do sleep I seem to be planning a wedding in my dreams, though for the life of me I can't understand why! :-)

Well, to sleep, perchance to actually sleep and not dream about weddings. :-)
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SILLYHP1953 12/20/2010 8:37AM

    When you find out the reason for painting doorsteps red, please let me know. You'd think they'd wait for better weather, too. It brought the image to mind from the Old Testament of painting lamb's blood on the door.

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SCREWIE 12/19/2010 12:05PM

    Oh, when he's finished with the doorsteps, please send him over to mine. He can do the place up while I'm away :)))

Glad everyone's safely back!

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ZURDTA- 12/19/2010 10:41AM

    Well, the council is a mystery in the way it works... very strange indeed. We got snow now... serious stuff that snowed us in and we live next to a main road. Cripes!! Brits and weather eh??

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CARLA-216 12/19/2010 10:16AM

    I'm glad the newlyweds made it back before the airport closed!

It's cute how a lot of dogs seem to love being out in the snow. Charlie runs in it and licks it and seems extra puppyish in the snow.

I hope your cold takes a hike real soon. Darned things are so annoying! And I hope you get some really good sleep soon, wedding dream-free!

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Carla

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TWOTIMESS 12/19/2010 1:51AM

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If that guy who paints the doorsteps has a free monment, he's welcome to come here to the sunny South. I have a few things that need fixing!

Hope your cold departs soon and that your dreams are wedding free!

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CHERIRIDDELL 12/19/2010 12:12AM

    Lexie I have been snowed in this week and it is still snowing .True I swear was a dingo in another life as she does not like the cold.Of course I was probably a warm weather beastie too!My friend in Derby was sending me photos of how bad their weather was until I sent her one of my back garden LOL she then emailed asking if I wanted to come and sunbathe!I had to lean on my door to get the door open so True could go out and do her business and True had to tunnel out like Moley in wind in the willows!Trust me she didn't go far!

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BOVEY63 12/18/2010 10:30PM

    Mother Nature can sure change plans in a hurry can't she?
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ELAOPET 12/18/2010 5:47PM

    I just went on a little trip google style - you live in cute places, you and your family and Sophy! :)
And the whole painting doorsteps red - so very cute! (not important why, just cute that they care about stuff like that)
You have a good night, dream all the weaddings you like, just keep the smile on :D
PS - Ela has some issues lately - poor thing has a hard time during hollidays, firecrackers, fireworks...all that plus dog hearing - not a friendly combo. I feel so sorry for her, she even barked today, she got so startled :(

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NEW-CAZ 12/18/2010 5:28PM

    Only in the UK could council workers go out to paint doorsteps LOL.
Sorry the blessing plans went slightly askew because of the darn weather- such a shame.
I think we're in for "severe weather" til after Crimbo Lex, Heathrow has been closed all day- feel sorry for those wanting to get away for the holidays. Just as well Bryony and Rob got back when they did.

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KNITTABLES 12/18/2010 5:22PM

    I hope you get to sleep and sleep well without the dreams of a wedding. I am not sleeping again. So I know how exhausting you feel. I love seeing dogs having fun in the snow. Take care on your walk with Sophie. emoticon

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FIGHT2SURVIVE 12/18/2010 5:20PM

    Let me guess. You don't live in the Us. But I loved your blog and the jokes but I really, really love the background on your page. It is beautiful.
Erin

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I got an email from Santa Claus

Saturday, December 18, 2010

I got an email from Santa Claus this morning, really I did, and he is offering me a 20% discount! I guess times have changed. LOL







  
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SILLYHP1953 12/20/2010 8:31AM

    Santa has to go high tech these days!

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ZURDTA- 12/19/2010 10:12AM

    Heh heh heh... love it.

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Lex, you're the best!

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ARCHIMEDESII 12/18/2010 3:04PM

    Is Santa offering free shipping too or is that only on Christmas Eve ?? LOL !!!!


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KNITTABLES 12/18/2010 2:49PM

    CUTE, thanks for sharing. Happy Holidays.

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CHEVY63 12/18/2010 2:41PM

    I love your pictures - they are great! Thanks for sharing the laugh. I showed them to my husband and he really like them too!

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ELAOPET 12/18/2010 12:46PM

    LOOL Kitty with your eyes so bringht, won't you guide my sleigh tonight! hahahahahahahaaaaa

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Enjoy your Saturday!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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    aww Lex, so cute- love it emoticon emoticon

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CHRISTURTLE 12/18/2010 7:46AM

    Wonderful email, and just what I needed to read! I'm curious though, Lex - what's the 20% discount on? emoticon

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DAVEINSEOUL 12/18/2010 7:38AM

    Thanks - I enjoyed it!

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MNOT2THICK 12/18/2010 7:33AM

    Adorable, thanks Lexie.

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Ice Puddle Art

Friday, December 17, 2010

Before I start this blog I just want to tell all my Sparkfriends who are being buried under feet of snow, that I am thinking of them, and if I was close enough I'd be there with a shovel to help dig you out. Keep safe, keep warm. *hugs*

I just love this weather, when it isn't being a pain in the butt, sometimes literally. :-) We woke this morning to a light dusting of snow, and iced up puddles, but for the most part the area around here is safe for cars and pedestrians....for now....they are still threatening vast dollops of snow over the next 24-36 hours.

At 9.30am Pat, a lady from the SESAW animal rescue centre, arrived to pick up that 60kg of dog food I've been holding onto for several weeks. Turns out messages didn't get sent on, and she only found out about the offer after I rang the centre on Wednesday to find out if they still wanted the food. A combination of bad weather, and our wedding trip had meant delays on both sides, but at last the food is where it should be... heading for the bellies of rescued mutts at the centre. YAY!!!

To celebrate, Sophie and I set out for a romp at Highwoods, and I took some photos of iced puddles that I thought looked really pretty. When ice is this colour and in small amounts it is easy to avoid and lovely to look at. Nature sure knows how to beautify a place! :-)









As you can see, it is a lovely day here, even though it is below freezing:



But clouds are gathering and there is a distinct pink haze to them:



The clouds are appearing from the south and west, and I was surprised by that, because the overnight chill came down from the north. Turns out we are going to be getting hit from the south too, and they aren't quite sure how far north this particular band of cloud will get. We could get sandwiched and only get a trickle of snow, or we could get smacked hard. Time will tell I guess. :-)

Colds/flu are running their course. We are both over the worse I think. We're aiming for a quiet weekend of R&R. :-)

It is neighbour Anne's birthday today, but as she has only just got over her own cold she is reluctant to have us round, plus David's may be TB-related, so we exchanged greetings by phone, and I hope to finish her pressie today, a hyperbolic scarf of my own design in green, her favourite colour. I still have her Mum's shawl here as well. Maybe next week I'll finally get to give it to her. :-)

Photos to follow once the shawl is delivered. :-)
Have a wonderful day!
Hugs,
Lex xxx
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SCREWIE 12/18/2010 12:59PM

    Just a quickie to say: gorgeous pictures, as always!

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CHRISTURTLE 12/18/2010 7:51AM

    And so the saga of the dog food nears its end.... must be a relief for you knowing its gone on its way, and definitely a relief to the workers at the animal rescue centre to know they are well stocked thanks to your generosity.

Those ice puddles are basolutely beautiful - I've never seen them before, so spent quite some time looking at them in awe!

What, pray tell Lex, is a hyperbolic scarf? You have me completely intrigued! I need to know.... hate a mystery... lol.

((Hugs)), and keep warm, safe and dry,
Chris xx

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LINDABENEDICT 12/17/2010 10:50PM

    beautiful ! I had never thought of ice puddles that way before !

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KNITTABLES 12/17/2010 2:42PM

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CARLA-216 12/17/2010 11:30AM

    So glad you're both over the worse of the colds.
I love that you find beauty in so many things when you're out and about. You've taught me to take in the details when I'm out walking with Charlie. :-)

Oh and I want to see the scarf, please!

xoxo
Carla
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JHADZHIA 12/17/2010 9:57AM

    Glad you are all on the mend, you finally got the dog food where it belongs, and that its safe for you to walk outside!
I love ice puddles, especially the noise you get when you break them! I am sure the folks round here love hearing that when I am on my way to the gym at 6 am in the morning ;) emoticon
However, its long past that season for those here. Nothing but snow and cold now.
Stay warm, its a good time to be inside and rest!
Hugs,
Linda xxx

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WENDYSPARKS 12/17/2010 9:34AM

    You have a wonderful day too!!! Enjoyed your blog!!

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SILLYHP1953 12/17/2010 9:29AM

    Thankfully we only got an inch or two here but it's calling for more on Sunday. After last winter I've seen all the snow I want to see for a long, long time, maybe forever. I keep telling my dh that I want a generator but I guess he doesn't take me seriously. When I go out and buy one by myself then he'll figure it out!

I'm glad the dog food is finally getting straightened out.
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TWOTIMESS 12/17/2010 9:25AM

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Trust you to find beauty in the ice puddles! You're special, you know?

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ELAOPET 12/17/2010 8:53AM

    And I just wanted to say first, that if it were possible, I'd be importing some of their snow here! I WANT SNOW! Very much!
Must have been great to send all that food to the dogs in need! Love it!
I love your art! LOL We've got some frozen puddles and you know, I wished I had my camera with - was pretty! Frost is by the looks of it, all we're getting BOOHOO
Gotta run, we ain't got snow, but it looks like it's about to rain!
hugs!
PS - green is MY fav colour too! heeheee

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NEW-CAZ 12/17/2010 8:32AM

    Hi Lex, I love snow provided no travelling is needed- it snowed here this morning and there is a carpet outside 3 inches thick (need to go shopping and out for a meal tonight so keep your fingers crossed I don't come a cropper LOL)

Glad to here the pooches will be okay!
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