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Hibernation

Monday, February 03, 2014

I am writing this blog to apologize to my fellow Starfish. It has been so unusually cold here the past few weeks, and especially last week, that I hibernated. There - I said it. I am so sorry that I wasn't here to support yall last week - this week will be different.

I suppose hibernating in the cold comes natural to me. I can think back to some of the cold climates lived in (CO, NE, upstate NY). During recess at school, they wouldn't let us stay in - we had to go out no matter how cold it was. I was one of the girls huddled in a group on the side of the building where the sun was shining, trying to stay warm but not really succeeding.

Again, I apologize. I did okay until last week, but it was so brutal (the lows two nights were -2 and 1 - very unusual for us!) that I just hibernated.

P.S. I took a sneak peek at my weight this morning, and I'm going to have a loss this week:-)

Karen
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  • no profile photo CD13857350
    Had to laugh when I saw your minus 2. It was minus 15 this morning where I am. It sure all is relative, isn't it? I have to get out with two dogs -- and the cold weather makes me walk faster. Hope this week is a "warmer" one for you! emoticon emoticon
    2648 days ago
  • GOCALGAL
    Happy Dance for your upcoming weigh in! emoticon emoticon emoticon
    2649 days ago
  • PRNCSCUP1-2FULL
    Welcome Back Karen!! I can certainly understand your need to hibernate. But, when we have extreme cold I have to look at how much worse many of my Spark friends have it and it makes me feel a tad warmer! HeeHee! 1 doesn't feel quite as cold when you know a fellow Starfish is 14 below! Congrats on your loss and once again, welcome back from your hibernation cave!
    2649 days ago
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