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I finally ventured out of the house yesterday. Our street was plowed but it still had lots of packed snow on it. The main roads were all clear, sovaldi sale and off I went. I passed Rockford Park down the street. There were tons of children sledding down the hills. All the sleds and the children’s colorful jackets made it look like a Currier and Ives postcard. It was a photo I really wanted to get. I didn’t have my camera with me, cialis but I was only a minute or two from home, so I turned around and got it. Started back to the park, when my oil light came on. I thought I smelled rubber burning. Back home again to get hubby to check the dipstick. It was dry, we had no oil in the garage, so I went straight to the dealer. After about a 30 minute wait, I was all set to go again. Off to see my momma. I walked into Rockland Place. There she was sitting at a table right next to her activities person. Guess she’s teacher’s pet. She was working on crafts, and seemed to be enjoying herself. I didn’t want to disturb her so I snuck back out, think I would come back tomorrow. On the way home I decided to stop by the Eutherian Mills With all of the snow, I knew it would look beautiful down along the Brandywine River where the mills are located. I wasn’t disappointed. Here are some of the photos I took. Enjoy!

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HAPPY DAY
Carole

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  1. Pear Tree Primitives Says:

    Hi Carole~

    Your photos of beautiful….you live in such a picturesque area! (In the post below, it looks as if you are baking snowcakes.) :)
    Hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and enjoy a happy and healthy new year.

    Suzanne

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