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Just checking in for this week, without much to blog about. This as been a paper filled week, with a lot of waiting, which I'm still waiting on. Hopefully I'll be able to share all of the good news soon. Just for my own peace of mind need to wait until everything is finalized.

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More Christmas music below and I'm loving it. A nice sprinkling of snow to end the month of November. Although I'm sure with how bright the sun is shining, it will melt by the end of the day. Enjoy the rest of your Friday & have a great weekend!

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Song of the Week: O Holy Night, Gladys Knight live @ Apostolic Church Of God, 1999. Watch O Holy Night(Links may not work in all countries. All videos belong to the artist/corporation. Song links may be affiliate links.)

Till next time,

Nadia

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early sign of fall?

 

  • Can you believe how this month is flying by? It's crazy, this whole year is passing by in a whirlwind. This weather is also freaking me out a bit. I don't remember in my lifetime, a cool August. Ever. But the temperature is supposed to heat back up over the next week, so I won't have to worry about roasting in September and October. I really don't want to be wearing shorts and a t-shirt for Thanksgiving this year. Not that I'm bothered about the cool weather but my vegetables and herbs could use another month of warmer weather.

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  • The trees seem to be confused as heck. They're already turning red. I wonder if they'll keep their leaves until Fall or start dropping them in the next few weeks. Global warming is, and has been in full effect. No one is going to change my mind about that. Anyone else finding these weather changes a little too weird? Enjoy your Friday and have a great weekend!

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Song of the Week:Knocked Out - Forever Your Girl, Paula Abdul, 1989. Watch Knocked Out. (Links may not work in all countries. All videos belong to the artist/corporation. Song link is an affiliate link.)

Till next time,

Nadia