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Monday, December 17, 2007

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jessie

We are lucky not to have lost power. But if we do, I have a propane "wood" sstove in my studio in the barn. We could camp out there if we had to!

Manise

Though I don't like winter much, I do love a good snowstorm and all that white fluffy stuff falling from the sky. And of course the hunkering down and the knitting part too :-).

Kelly

you and I would make a good pair, i spent all day yesterday knitting too! And today I couldn't make it into work so the knitting will continue!
I love me some snow :)

margene

It sounds cozy even though enforced. You know how to cope well!

Chris

I spent a lot of the storm time out in it. Some of that time was for feeding and watering the rabbits, but a good bit of it was for hunting. Yep, one silly little bun decided pre-storm was the best time to figure out how to open her door and take a romp. She was out on the ground for the entire storm. But finally turned up Sunday night around 9 pm, happy to be scooped into my arms and whisked inside for a bit of a haircut and warmth.

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