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  1. Kim Carberry

    The cold really has hit and what a shock. I wasn’t it to be this cold so quickly.
    I am glad you went to see the lights being switched. It sounds like you had a lovely time.
    I have been filling a hot water bottle and having a blanket on me when I am on my laptop. I hate putting the heating on when it’s just me.
    Oops with getting the weeks mixed up. I am always doing it on my Project 365 posts, getting the day number wrong. I always sort it out on the last week. lol
    Good luck with your treatment next week. x

  2. Louise (Little Hearts, Big Love)

    It has been cold lately hasn’t it? Glad you were able to wrap up warm and still enjoy the Christmas lights. Hope all goes well with your treatment next week and you are able to stay warm enough in the hospital too. It’s easy to get the weeks mixed up isn’t it? I sometimes find when I come to write up my post each week that I’ve missed a day out or done a day twice and have to edit my posts. #WotW

  3. Astrid

    Ugh, I’m so sorry it’s been so cold out where you live. I never liked the cold months, but now with my pain I hate them. I am glad you got to see the Christmas lights being turned on though.

  4. Malin SenLearningwPenguin

    We haven’t had any snow here yet (there was something white mixed in with rain a few days ago, but nothing that settled), but on clear days we’ve felt the cold in the evenings. I’m happy you made it out to the turning on of the Christmas lights! Fingers crossed your next treatment goes well, and helps make cold temperatures less painful xx #MMBC

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