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Nice Day

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Today was a BEAUTIFUL day in So. FL. There was a "nip" in the air ( a VERY welcome change to the usual temps) & the sky was BRIGHT BLUE!
I drove to the store & walked to the bank. I could have used a light jacket or sweater; but I didn't bring one. It was o.k. I took a DEEP BREATH & thought "WHAT A WONDERFUL DAY TO BE ALIVE!" It was so exhilarating to be OUTSIDE in fresh cool air! I was in such a GREAT mood & felt fine!
I hope EVERYBODY ELSE had a great day, too!
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    It got cold here but we were in the 80's..

    I want to go out to walk but, maybe later.. emoticon

    Glad your being active in Florida.

    1878 days ago
    It's a little too "nippy" hear in NY! Some days in the single digits. Very cold winter so far and way too much snow for my liking.
    Glad you enjoyed the cooler air.
    And, yes, even when it is cold outside, I like being out a little - just hate the windy days though. BRRR - goes right through you!
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    2632 days ago
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    Hi Barbara,

    Noticing and expressing gratitude and wonder for a lovely day is a great example of living in the present -- such a great gift to give ourselves! I hope all your days are sunny and bright. You deserve it!
    Wishing you blue skies,

    2636 days ago
    Glad to hear you had a beautiful day!!! LOL, there was a "nip in the air" in NE too! -17 degrees to be exact, but I still had a great day--that is, until I remembered the outcome of last Sunday's game :(. Anyway, keep enjoying the good weather. I plan to get down there soon and escape from the subzero temps up here!
    2641 days ago
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    Everyday that God gives us is another chance to make it happen! Keep on keeping!
    2641 days ago
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