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Hello Outdoors!

Tuesday, February 12, 2013


Weather has turned for the better today and we are soooo unbelievably happy. The furry baby is a bit tired after two long walks (1.21 mile walks each) but she is totally absorbing the warmer weather. She's only 9 pounds and is 8 years old, so she uses that stats to take a bit longer to go down the road. (Yeah, I know pup you're just sniffing the ground.) It takes us around 29 minutes to go this distance - even with the hills and the sniffing stops. emoticon

One great thing about walking instead of running is I can stop to take photos along the way without worrying of my time. Who wants to take a photo while running right? Not growing up on a lake, I've always been intrigued to live on one. So I adore walking and look at this...



Note: I've been a little lacking in interest in posting the photos of my food this week because I got a nasty comment from another person on Spark last week. I've never heard from this person until this comment, however, it just really sent me into a darker place so I'm holding back for a few days to regenerate my brain about it. Don't worry though, I'll be sharing soon enough.

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  • DJSQUISHIE
    That's awesome you've been having nice weather, I'm so jealous. Also, your photos are lovely of the water!

    AND don't worry about the person hating on your photos; they've obviously still got some maturing to do.

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    1321 days ago
  • NATPLUMMER
    Beautiful!
    1322 days ago
  • AURORAMILLET
    awesome pictures!!


    1322 days ago
  • JOYFULSONG45
    I love the pictures you posted today. I can see why you and your furry baby enjoy waking outside. Let let the bad comment discourage you. Some people have negative attitudes. Keep up the good work.
    1322 days ago
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