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Should I or shouldn't I…

Sunday, December 01, 2013

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Question being - in putting up outside lights for the holiday? The weather here in Chicago is beautiful today with 46 degrees and sunny. So if I am going to - today is the day to do it as SNOW is expected as early as tomorrow!!!

So as I sit and was my BEARs vs Vikings…currently 3 to 7 (ouch) but it is only the 2nd quarter… I ponder should I or shouldn’t I. Well on the upside - it would be some “fitness activity” involved in untangling and stringing lights right? Gee wonder if there’s a SP fitness listing for stringing lights outside? Well guess I’ll have to check on that one.

Hoping all are beginning to get INTO THIS SEASON and it's REASON!
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  • v LAURANCE
    I have lights in my window year round. I have the ideal window that deserves to be decorated. I took out the orange and yellow lights and put in red, green and clear white. Once New Year's is past I'll take out the red and put green in with the blue and clear white. Then red and pink for Valentine's Day.
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    998 days ago
  • v TERI-RIFIC
    We always wait for the coldest, windiest day of the year, but it's up to you if you want to do it on a nice day. emoticon
    999 days ago
  • v LJCANNON
    emoticon It is DEFINITELY A Fitness Activity, but I am not sure it will be included on the Tracker, LOL!!
    999 days ago
  • v BLUECAFE
    Love, love, love outdoor Christmas lights!
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    and snow.....LOL
    999 days ago
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