Monday, December 18, 2006

It's hard to feel Christmas-y when



It's 74 freaking degrees when the normal temperature is in the high 40s. I baked some snowmen and Christmas tree cookies over the weekend while it was 65 degrees in the hopes of feeling more Christmas-y. I'm listening to Christmas music at work. I wrapped presents and put them under the tree.

But,

All I want for Chistmas is a cold front....

4 comments:

  1. ummm...i think someone has pulled the ol-switcheroo on us here. it's been in the 50s here, and at night it is like 40 degrees. i have to postpone my morning runs until mid-day so i don't freeze to death. what can i barter with you in exchange for our weather back?

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  2. Uh oh! Be careful what you wish for!!! Here in the Pacific Northwest we are reeling from ice, snow, wind, rain - you name it. You can have any cold fronts that come our way!! With my blessings.
    dswaite@mac.com

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  3. You live in Towson? I grew up in Ruxton (the neighborhood right across from GBMC- my parents just sold the house and are moving to Mays Chapel). You guys are getting the same weather as us. I guess I shouldn't be sad we aren't visiting this Xmas- won't be any different! Enjoy it, I'm sure it won't last.

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  4. I always look forward to visiting my family in IL since it really never feels like Christmas here in TX. Hope you get some cooler weather soon!

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