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ParsonWayne
Jan 4, 2018
Looking at the moving water below, I move we table this motion.

I saw these recently: Rene Descartes walked into a tavern and the bartender asked if he would like a beer. He said, "I think not" and promptly disappeared.

A German fellow was in a bar and asked the bartender for a martini.
"Dry? " asked the bartender.
"Nein, " replied the German. Just one.
abacii
Jan 5, 2018
There is a game played at NASA where someone puts a word or phrase on a long paper and hangs it on a door. the object is to form a question or statement where the given word is the next statement. One day the answer was "9W". The winning entry was "Do you spell your name with a V Mr. Wagner? "
ParsonWayne
Feb 9, 2018
On second thought, let's leave the table where it is since it provides such a nice view of the water. Now I am being more chair-itable.
rahrah1820
Jan 28, 2018
Oh, yeah, I could spend some quality time there!
debbie8327
Jan 21, 2018
So pretty and peaceful!!!
elijah13
Jan 4, 2018
Ratheer be here than freezing in Florida today. Was 32 last night so had to cover some plants. Still covered probably for 2 more nights. Only in the 40's here now and its 1:22 pm.
KarenBuglet
Jan 4, 2018
Yup, looking forward to it warming up some. It's 54 inside the house today. I hate our hot weather and look forward to the cooler months, but this is a little too cold.
carolsapple
Jan 4, 2018
I'm in Florida as well - I'll never forget the day we went to Discovery Cove in Disney World. It was gray skies and about 45 deg. F - we were going to be swimming with the dolphins.
manatee
Jan 4, 2018
Yep, so cold here, begonias are on Night 4 under the blanket. Cutting cold wind this afternoon in the sun too.
Sundancer78
Jan 16, 2018
Same in New Port Richey
elijah13
Jan 17, 2018
Covering tonight also. Back down to 32! Hopefully this is the last time this year.
manatee
Jan 19, 2018
Ugh, hard freeze warning tonight in G-ville. Poor plants under the blankie this week too. But they are still blooming.
elijah13
Jan 19, 2018
We will be fine tonight so coverings are coming off. My "cat" lady is stopping by soon and I will have her help me with my "big" covering. Have a good day. Tired of this cold weather. Ready for some spring-like weather.
manatee
Jan 19, 2018
A pipe burst in my building at work last night, so when the storage tank of water ran out I got to come home early. Plant blankies coming off tomorrow.
elijah13
Jan 20, 2018
I guess lucky for you. During the 2 nights of freezing weather I let my outside faucets drip--just to be on the safe side. Have a great day.
carolsapple
Jan 20, 2018
Usually the cirtus crops are effected when it gets down to freezing.
manatee
Jan 20, 2018
My landlord has me run my kitchen faucet when it's a hard freeze warning. I don't know why they didn't do that in the building. The break was just this side of the meter.
Glenelle
Jan 4, 2018
Our daughter spent a few days in Santorini, many years ago before she was married. Today we're in the middle of a gale-sized summer storm. I glad I don't live on the coast in N.Z.
fropo
Jan 4, 2018
Oh, to be there instead of here. I wonder what it's like to live in a tropical climate. Do the inhabitants know how blessed they are or do they just take it for granted? Of course there are those who enjoy the changing seasons. I'm not one of them. Give me 360 days of warm sunshine and I'm in heaven.
dbnc2
Jan 4, 2018
I like the warm sunshine too
JAMP124
Jan 4, 2018
I got a gold star ---- even for a little while!
aussiesapphire
Jan 4, 2018
Looks lovely but very sunny and not much shade.

"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." —Marcel Proust

"It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure, to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful. There is more security in the adventurous and exciting, for in movement there is life, and in change there is power." –Alan Cohen

God bless and good night everyone. Hugs.
KarenBuglet
Jan 4, 2018
Yes, I'd prefer a little shade, otherwise it looks like a nice place to sit and relax.
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