Winter warmers?

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Barbara Good
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Re: Winter warmers?

Post: # 248044Post Lost-in-the-Day »

Snow! I know most people find it a complete pain, but growing up I only had two occasions where it snowed in Jersey, one of which I don't even remember (apparently we built an igloo!) and as a result everytime I see snowflakes I turn into a little 6 year old girl again. Ok it's lead to some emergency insulating of the chicken house with newspapers, bubblewrap and a staple gun and when holidaying at my fiances house on the mainland it delayed my flight home for several days (not entirely a bad thing!) and we had to spend several hours digging out the car and shovelling snow off the road but I loved it! And then there was that one time at uni when I had a snowball fight without gloves on....will not be doing that again I can tell you, :shock: but it was totally worth it. And snow angels and igloos and snowflakes and snow.
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Living the good life
Living the good life
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Re: Winter warmers?

Post: # 248086Post yvette »

Reading all this really makes me want an open fire - curling up in front of a radiator is not quite the same.

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