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hallelujah! (ooops it's lent) oh well... you just gotta break out once in a while right?
I not only rejoice with you, I give you permission to put on your rubber boots and go jump in the puddles and/or make dams in the gutters.
Get the bikinis out!That must feel like such a relief.
There's nothing like Spring to get rid of those old winter doldrums. Enjoy your day, you've earned it. :-)
Thanks:), but I'm heading to the nursing home and hospital, and then 2 more Lenten services. Yet... with a spring in my step.
Isn't it wonderful? What welcome relief from the cold we've had. I always think of what Thich Nhat Hanh wrote about this time of year, "...Remember that Winter withdraws quietly and slowly so that Spring may enter quietly and slowly."
74 here today...tomorrow more of the same.
FINALLY!!!!!! Shorts and flip flops can't be far behind.
Here, too! It feels great, no?
hooray! hey diane--i just wanted to say thanks for that palm sunday comment on revgalblogpals. very, very helpful in my sermon prep.and i'll be at the festival of homiletics too!
What an emotional roller coaster you have me on. One minute I am rejoicing and the next minute I am taking you tomato soup. I guess if I were a good Jew it would be chicken soup... it IS better for you.rest when you have to and play when you can.
Happy, happy, joy, joy :) Whoo hoo!!!
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