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December 14, 2010


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Dear Kathleen, It's 14* here right now and was 9* this morning~Mother Nature is having fun with us! The buckeyes look delicious! Having tasted your baking (yummy muffins) I know these must be tasty! gail


Capris and spring bulbs! You should let the global warming scientists know, because that sounds like sure signs. :) Those buckeye cookies look amazing!


Lucky you, temps in the '60's! It's lovely isn't it? The weather is all topsy turvy so far this winter.

Those buckeyes are beautiful. They look delicious too.


Enjoy it while it lasts. The buckeyes look delish!


I don't blame you for wanting to be outside while you're enjoying such lovely weather. And your buckeyes look delicious!

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Thank you for visiting Our Little Corner Of Paradise this year, Kasey :)

Just popped by during the run up to Christmas to wish you all the best, and happy gardening in 2011…WG :)


I know Kathleen. We have enjoyed above average temperatures too here in Utah. But guess what? It all came to an end this morning when I woke to one foot of snow. I think it will stay for a while. Probably no more 50 degree temps for a while here.


Wow thanks for rubbing it in Kathleen, lol. Glad you are enjoying some unseasonably warm temps, we are experiencing the opposite! Their calling for more snow today. :(


No sure where you live and are having the warm temps, but lucky you! I work for a school district and we had a snow day yesterday - recieved 1 foot of snow in 2 hours. Then is cleared up. After shoveling, I enjoy my day to get more Christmas preparations done. We have experienced unusually warm Decembers in the past and I love them! I don't even mind having a green Christmas.

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