• RRemember those old-fashioned stories, in which children got oranges in their Christmas stockings? If they were anything like clementines, well….Santa must have really loved them!

      (I think we’re in for a real treat with Erin’s book, too!)

  1. Not much bright and shinny out here on the high plains of Texas. Looking for a snow storm Thursday night into Friday and could linger into Saturday. Maybe 6 to 14 “. Flowers are looking very sick and cold but spring is around the corner and the flowers will put on a coat of many colors. Beauty will spring forth and one will feel spring time fresh.
    Got bag of clementines Sunday and they are fantastic. No tangelos but I like them tart. UMMMMMMMMMMMM.

    • Brrr, stay warm!!! Texas does have its ups and downs, weather-wise, doesn’t it? I remember going from freezing rain to springtime weather within the course of a day…do I have that right?

      • You remember it right. This morning we are having heavy rains and it is going to turn to freezing rain,then ice, sleet and then snow. Probably will have blowing dust tomorrow. Never can tell what old man winter has in store for us.
        Have a super great day because I will even with the bad weather. Sunshine can be found in the strangest of places and it doesn’t always come from the sun. I think you know what I mean. ;0)

    • Ha–he does? I never knew that! Maybe he’ll trade me a handful of clementines for a few pages’ worth of writing. šŸ™‚

      Thanks again, Erin. I’m lovin’ my Shakespeare swag! xoxo

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