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February 13, 2021

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Karen

I’ve never found any warm gloves or boots. I might’ve tried choppers many years ago, but I don’t remember how they were (I know the guys use them a lot). They’re usually large enough one can wear mittens inside them, which would help. Alan was trekking a mile this morning in our -17F air-temp. (-27 wind chill) to the store to pick up a Sunday newspaper (crazy kid).. however, he was bundled up with his Canada Goose coat (and perhaps Sorel boots....from way back in high school years). Don’t know what he uses for gloves....I’ll have to ask him.

Lovely pic of the duckies. Reminds me of the mama mallard and her little ones in our courtyard this summer. I have no idea how they got inside here. Sweet. Tried to get a pic, but it was too awkward at that time....

But.....Spring is arriving (calendar-wise, anyway). It might still be cold and snowy, yet, but it’s just the “idea” that it won’t be long until we see things popping up an out! I love springtime.

Great sauce for the stir fry. Sounds/looks wonderful. . Good for B.

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