Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Happy Winter Solstice


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  1. Mmmmm... hot chocolate. If I weren't all sweaty from going up and down the stairs (putting presents under the tree), I'd have me a cup. Haha!

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    1. Sounds like a lot of fun work though.

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  2. Bills paid, fifty-five degrees outside, hot chocolate on the shopping list. That's winter for our neck of the woods.

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  3. Winter Solstice blessings to you and Tim!

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    1. To you and Your Rare one, as well.

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  4. at first I thought we were going to get a Winter Solstice haiku. LOL

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    1. Hahaha. I should have.

      Happy Winter Solstice.

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  5. I'm swooshin' laundry too! And eggnog hot cocoa does not sound like a bad idea at all.... thank you for the inspiration and Happy Solstice!

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  6. Sounds good. Think I'll go make some hot chocolate:-)

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  7. Until I saw your post title, I forgot that it's today.

    Come on, spring! Hurry!

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    1. One more season to go. Whoosh, the time goes to fast. Thanks for dropping in.

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  8. No hot chocolate here, but laundry is on and snow is on the ground. Cat on lap and a glass of kefir.

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    1. Very nice, Birdie. I'm looking to get my hand on kefir grains. Any thoughts?

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  9. Winter Solstice blessings to you two love birds. The days are going to start getting longer. YIPEE!!!!

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    1. Thank you for the blessings. Sending them back to you and your loved ones as well. Cheers and Happy Winter.

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  10. Hey Ivy,

    Yes, I really am typing this. Evidently, this is the shortest day of the year in the Northern hemisphere. That's weird because I thought it was 24 hours long...

    Gary :)

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    1. Wonderful to see you, Gary. Happy Solstice to you and Happy Christmas.

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  11. My aunt used to say the first day of a season dictated the weather for the rest of the season. We had snow.

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  12. Hot chocolate NOT on the agenda here.
    Bills paid. And yes, life is pretty good.

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    1. The cafes here sell something called frozen hot chocolate. I've never had one but some folks go ga-ga over it.

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  13. Happy Solstice Day, nice thought that the days start to get longer.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Yes. Happy Solstice Day to you as well.

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