Nice looking kids, but I hope they dress more warmly than that for school tomrrow.
Oh man, Peter. You've been away so long you've forgotten *everything* about Canada. Toronto right now? It's 85 F. McFetridge has trouble getting the kids to school 'cause they just wanna hang out at the pool. And everyone is running around in bikinis. Except McFetridge, of course. He's always in chinos and sandles. With socks.And, John: what he says. Your kids look very sweet. All fun aside, it's a lovely thought and a lovely post. Thank you.
You're right. I've been away too long. Even the differing units of measurement confuse me. 85 F. How much is that in miles?============== Detectives Beyond Borders"Because Murder Is More Fun Away From Home" http://www.detectivesbeyondborders.blogspot.com/
On a day like today, it's a lot of miles, Peter. And we walk backwards so we don't have the wind in our faces. You remember...
My daughter started back from her weekend in Toronto today. Said the temperatures were between 0 and -15, but it didn't seem that cold. I told her the Canadians know how to handle the cold. I didn't have the heart to tell her those temperatures were probably in degrees Celsius. Still plenty cold, but 20-30 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than she was thinking.Good-looking boys, John. Plenty to hopeful about, and for, there.
WOW! This is a great picture for a great day. May their world be better than ours.
Standing on the shoulders of giants, Patti. If we can keep what's good about our world and build on it, we'll be fine.
John, my memories may not be as vivid as all that, but I'll tell you: Philadelphia does not get much snow, maybe one bog storm some years, and the occasional dusting. Kids here just don't build snow forts the way I did growing up. Or maybe it's just global warming.
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