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This could be taken two ways: I miss Spring, the season, in that it really isn't here yet, or, I probably won't be around my home this year when Spring comes and thus will miss the start of the season. I am meaning the second part here. In the three plus years we have lived in this house, I have been diligently planting spring flowers. The first year, in my misunderstanding of the British countryside and wildlife, I planted around 100 ...
... or what 60's screen siren you most closely resemble. Plus, if you're like me, you take some quizzes multiple times. The same ones pop up as other friends "share" them so it gives you the opportunity to take them multiple times. Usually my answers are different each time too. A different time of day, a different day, different state of mind, different physical feelings, etc., make different answers and hence different ...
... ll ever get that comfortable.
Yesterday I went out with a friend and it was cold enough for it to snow on us briefly and for me to have a very warm coat and gloves. She had on a sweater and that was it! No fleece, no gloves, no coat, no hat. We had to even stand outside for about 10 minutes and I didn't see her shiver once! When asked, she said she was used to it because they don't have central heating in their house! ...
... various houses in one village or town or another with us usually having no clue where we were in relation to my husband's job or in relation to anything. We found a house on a hill in a lovely neighborhood and a great back garden and fantastic master bedroom and said we wanted this house. Well, took two weeks with the owner putting more and more obstacles in our way until we said forget it and had about 2 weeks left on our ...
... street," I saw an OxFam charity thrift shop, next to a Mark's and Spencer's, an unfamiliar store called "Utopia", and a large McDonald's flags blowing in the wind. All was melding into the Georgian architecture. The Utopia reminded me of a cheap Charlotte Russe, and I was confused by the lower end mixed with the commercial M&S.
As I had read about the street markets, I took a detour at Chapel Market. aside from the rows of racks and tents that ...