Beware of The BLOG...it creeps, it leaps, it glides & slides all over the place.
It's so cold here that I can barely stand to go outside.Is Obama going to deliver the 2014 SOTU and, in one of the coldest states in the United States, talk about global warming? Pfffft.
It's not called global warming anymore... climate change is the new meme and that way anything goes.
Global warming gets to make everything hot AND cold. Hard to argue with that logic except to refute it as logic.
Wait... your doberman wears a coat? in Florida? :) And thank goodness for the dog's chattering teeth, as it drives half of my google traffic.
Cube - This is definitely a cold winter. We keep getting sub-zero temps and dangerous wind chill.And smaller amounts of snow at a time. I can understand why your doberman has chattering teeth.
Jan: I hear ya. They call it climate change now just to cover ALL the bases... hot or cold... anything goes.
DaBlade: Yes, my Doberman is still wearing her coat. She loves it. She won't go outside when it's cold if she's not wearing it. I'm not familiar with the dog chattering teeth google traffic lift... with my blog, Sydney Brooke Simpson drives up my traffic. Go figure.
You'd be in short sleeves here too. Not in the mornings and evenings, but the rest of the day yes.Have a fabulous weekend. Scritches to your baby. ☺
We've not had snow this winter yet. I love long walks during a sunny winter.I love the cartoon BTW, we had next door neighbours who were diehard summer worshippers. Shorts and T's were well worn until October!
Sandee: I'm not asking you to be very specific, but what part of the country are you from? I'm in Tampa and I haven't been in shorts for weeks. I guess you're heartier folk than I am.
Helena: This has been a cold winter for us Floridians. I know that's relative because other parts of the country have had it a lot worse.I remember around Christmas times past when my husband swam in our unheated pool. This year was way colder.
It has been much colder than usual here in Pittsburgh. I have been staying inside most of the time.
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