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I can feel the cold. Your photo projects it perfectly.
Funny picture and comment!
Oh my gosh that looks fantastic Kate, trimmed by Mother Nature haha! I would love to have a white Christmas, it so different here, swimming and barbeques, doesn't seem traditional at all!
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hope the snow melts off of it before they have to bring it in. i'm seeing puddles in their future.
I think that the only thing they would be in a hurry to do would be to get inside and stand in front of the fireplace.
Oh my, that is going to be a wet one when they get it inside.
It would be nice to have some snow for Christmas.
Might be a little messy!
I saw cars that looked like that here yesterday!
They're keeping in the deep freeze so it will last longer in the house! Maybe?
melty snow in the house, uggh!
Brrr, it looks like winter has arrived.I guess that tree has genuine flocking on it.... (:0)
Uh oh! Looks a bit messy!
This made me remember that I need to start looking for my DVD of National Lampoon's Christmas. Susie calls me Clark.
This looks like something my husband and I might do: Go out and make a day of picking out the perfect tree, maybe stopping for a nice latte on the way home, then heading inside the house. . .and completely forgetting the day's project -- the tree!Nice shot -- interesting subject!
I say bring that puppy in and light it up!
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