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It's winter!

Thursday, January 23, 2020

I hope that everyone is doing well. We have experienced some bitter cold temperatures and now it's hovering right around the freezing mark as it snows and/or rains for the next day or two. I feel for my Florida friends who are dealing with colder than normal temperatures and all of the poor animals that aren't prepared for this.

I heard a story on the radio this morning that said a guy in Florida gathered several frozen iguanas and put them in his car. Not sure where he was headed but the warm heat in the car woke them up (I guess he thought they were dead?). Anyway, when they woke up, they were startled as the last place they remembered being was in the tree. They scurried about all over the car, causing him to crash. Such a sad story and I hope that no one was hurt. I'm sure that he had good intentions but oh my that would be scary!

Weather is an interesting thing. It's difficult to predict and there isn't any control over....well that's what most believe but there are some who might argue otherwise....that's something I don't want to pass judgement on.

I hope that where ever you are, that you are embracing the weather and finding the goodness in each and every day.
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    We have fog, snow this morning, and hovering right at 32.
    28 days ago
  • COOP9002
    Out here in MD we are simply having cool weather. Actually expecting rain this weekend. Haven't had much snow at all. The cold has driven me inside for my exercise though.
    28 days ago
    We are on the west coast--which has been a really mild winter. No snow--few if any real storms.
    That is quite the story about the man and the Iguanas---in fact scary! Guess we can never be too
    careful! … Have a great day and stay warm!

    28 days ago
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