Frozen winter souls
A warm thaw of hope
Melts the core ~
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I hope the warmth heats you through and through…
another cold snap is here–winter is unrelenting this year
We’ve got an actual snowstorm here – for the first time the weather prognosticators got it right..
we are going to miss the big snow but it is bone chillingly cold here
We too are experiencing another cold snap….hoping for a warm thaw.
I think we are going to be hoping for a while!
The ‘thaw of hope’ – I like that! Hope you all warm up soon. We have the mildest of winters but with so much rain and so many wild storms. :)
I am not sure that is much better!
it isn’t! :)
My hope is a bit frozen too… ;)
we all need a thaw!
This was warming…
hope the weather takes a hint……….
Almost done with January… One month closer to Spring.
well, now look who is being all positive–will you share your rose coloured glasses with me my friend?
Haaa. I’m swearing my head off this morning. It’s so cold. But yes I keep telling myself five more weeks. Come on LouAnn we can do it
I just took about 10 boxes from my back porch to the roadside for recycle pickup–and my nose froze in the process–bah humbug!
See now you don’t need a Kleenex. You’re all frozen. Haaa
you are a funny girl–now quit being so positive–ha ha
you are crusin’ for a brusin’
My family up in NJ are frozen souls at the moment. :)
much of NA is that way
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