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It's cold enough today that the LED light by the garage is doing it's disco-strobe. (That happens at about 25 below.) We saw a sundog driving in today, and I got a photo of small animal evidence when I dropped Guppy off at preschool. I have fingers crossed that it's warmer than 20 below by recess so she can go outside and play! (What? What's your recess cut-off??)

The teashop is unfortunately chilly today, so I'm wearing my sweater and fur hat inside.

You'd think, coming off a major project like I just have, that I'd be taking a breather, but I have one more deadline looming. This one is easy! I have more than a week to finish this:

Research for this was really, really fun, as I'm going for a totally vintage vibe, complete with cold war references.

But I'm not working on it right now, because my inbox has 679 emails I need to deal with. My nose-to-the-grindstone February means some things got... neglected. If you're waiting on me, I apologize! Hopefully most of these just need sorted into folders.

Off to tackle that now!


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Mar. 3rd, 2017 07:31 pm (UTC)
OMG! -20???? for recess???? wow... here in AR, they don't go out if it's like below 40 or so (that's +40, lol).

I've been loving your frantic-ness February posts ... kinda sad to see them go ;). I'm sure you won't disappoint.

Beautiful sunshine! Cool pic -- is it a rabbit? Such even steps and obviously something hopping (all four feet in one hole).

Mar. 4th, 2017 07:08 am (UTC)
Oh, that picture does look fun!

I clearly should not move to Alaska! My lungs are unhappy at 25 _above_ zero. Well, really, they're not happy once water freezes, but they're very unhappy at anything more than a few degrees F below freezing. I ended up on Prednisone when I tried to shovel snow when it was too cold for me a couple of years back. I can dress to keep the rest of me warm, but lungs gotta have oxygen!
Mar. 4th, 2017 07:56 am (UTC)
O_O I don't think I've ever been in colder than single digits below zero (F), and that very rarely and counting windchill. (And seeming increasingly unlikely with crazy warm winters like this one has been so far.) How do small children at -20F not immediately lose all their body heat if they aren't so wrapped up they are spherical?

Vintage astronaut is awesome. I'm very curious about the project it's for.

Stay warm!
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