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This is quite stunning.It's like Moon Lite.
Whirl, that's brilliant!
What an extraordinary image!
Isn't it just?
Holy Blanket, that's amazing! It's like science fiction.
Kate, I love the "Holy Blanket" comment!
Hi, I've popped over from Nicola's blog :) I, too, live under the swirl of white. Let's hope it disappears this week! I have everything crossed. Good luck with your writing - I have that problem too; when I tell people about my stories, or even when I plan them to a T and then know them myself, I lose the drive to finish them. It's like I want to discover the ending with the reader which, you know, doesn't really work... ha. Best, Jenhttp://jen-campbell.blogspot.com
Hi Jen, Thanks for visiting! I've popped over to your blog and I'm impressed by all your achievements.I'm hoping that swirl of white disappears soon. Next weekend is a Nanowrimo meet up in London and if the snow is still bad it may have to be cancelled.I hope your Jury service does end soon as it looks like it might, and good luck with getting your book finished. .
Wow, that is a beautiful image. Sorry you were underneath the white bits.(Not too sorry though! The snow has made for many, many wonderful pictures for me to admire from afar!)
Sylvia, we still are underneath the white bits to some extent. I keep hoping it will finish thawing out. It's much prettier when you don't have to walk on lumpy, slippery pavements.
Connor went back to school today *sigh* but he just phoned me and is rather pleased to find that he hadn't missed all the snow!I'm rather pleased that I thought to pack his mittens. As I was in a t-shirt and jeans at the time, it wasn't really instinctive. I can't tell you the number of times I've travelled to England in winter to realise that it was REALLY STUPID not to bring a coat.
I'm so envious of you living somewhere where you could even consider stepping outside without a coat on!
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