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The cold is no fun but here's hoping you have a great harvest with the sap this year. :)


So nice you had time at the school!!


Love the early morning shot of Houston! And a cute photo of the girls.


such sweeties. yes, i remember you getting a lesser harvest of syrup last year because of the mild winter. so maybe this will be a gusher! :)


maple syrup is worth a bit of cold...for a good batch and then bring on the sunshine!!

I'll send you warm thoughts along with warm weather (85 degrees yesterday here in my hometown)

thanks for stopping by my blog...I can't wait to show you Ariel and my "glamping stuff"..!!!

Lois Evensen

What a fun day! Love that picture of the sun glittering on the buildings. And, what sweet grands!


Wonderful city photo Judy!
And those children are adorable!


Even though I get tired of the cold, I know it is best that we have it. But bet you do dread coming back to it. But spring is not too far off. And looks like you have been having a good time!


Nice city shot.


We used to live between Houston and Austin and I hardly ever went into Houston. It's so huge! Austin was the smaller city and more my speed.


Love the pic, what adorable little girls :) I'm sure you're having a ton of fun there, it will be hard when you have to leave.

I love visiting family but I do love returning home to my own things too.

Can't wait to hear all about the maple syrup.

Beautiful shot of morning Houston :)

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