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And Merry Christmas To You Larry!!!

You've been a great inspiration for can-do perseverance and personal accomplishments, thanks.

Best Wishes, Corinne :)

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Thanks!

I was going to stick a few more cuttings in yesterday, but the ground was finally frozen too solid, but is maybe to get up to 50 today, probably not enough warmth to thaw the ground though!

Maybe I can get some more work done improving the green house till outdoor chores can be found weather permitting to do! :)

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Well, If You Follow The Weather News ...

... us East Coasters are under a Blizzard Watch!! 40 mph winds to boot too.

It started around noon, that fine light snow that can ONLY mean ONE thing ... long, sure, steady snowfall.

I took pity on the squirrel raiding my feeders, he knew he was caught but just sat there giving me a dejected look. So I put out a bunch of whole in-shell nuts for him ..... Verrrryyy Haaaapppyyyyy.

One of the cats, Sara, has taken up the Squirrel Watch Duty and came into the kitchen twice to tell me he was here! But when I opened the door for her to give chase, she just looked at me like "nuthin' doin' ma."

So I'm cooking ... alot ... I think it is a survival response.

:)


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