Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Here Comes the . . .

. . . Sun! The Rain, Rain has gone away, though it will no doubt "Come again another day."  Meanwhile, I am enjoying the warm rays, however brief their appearance may be.

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  1. Sunshine feels good when it is cold outside and when you had enough rain! I hope you can enjoy the sun very long :-)

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  2. Very true, we love the sun spots too.

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  3. Ah! If you've got the sun, maybe it will come down my way soon.

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  4. Sun? What's that?

    We're about to get slammed with another storm and then it's supposed to get "frigid," the weatherguy says. I think it's been cold enough!

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  5. Ahhhh Spitty
    JUST right!

    purrin
    xoxox

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  6. Soak it up, Spitty!! You never know how long it will last!!

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  7. Yahoo!! We have sun here too, it's sooooo nice on my fur!!

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  8. Spitty we never imagined how LOOOONG your muttonchops are! Sexy.
    And you hot in the sun? Super-sexy!

    xx Yr Girls at the Lounge xx

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  9. Ahh Spitty, theese is excellent that you'z found a sunny spot. Enjoy!

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  10. soak up those rays my friend! You are right, we never know when they will appear again!

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  11. We unnerstand. It has FINALLY reached "average" here after weeks below. We got "to" average high temperature after 4 weeks below it! I dint even wanna just sit on the deck fer a more than a few minnutes cuz it was so bad!

    Iza

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  12. Good for you Spitty, we would love to have some bright sunshine coming in through our windows too!

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  13. OH you look SO good Spitty!

    we wanted to thank you for all of your care and love to me during my sickness. ♥♥

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  14. Miaumiau, Kika am and I love having friends, come want a new year 2011 with everything good for us than 4 legs and for our owners and those owners who do not yet have the new year will bring them a
    Ronrons of
    Kika

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