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January is always a rough month. 
What are some fun indoor or outdoor things we can do?

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22 comments:

  1. As it has been in the 50s here in WI, get out and walk, fill the birdfeeders, etc.

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    1. That sounds like lovely weather there for this time of year!

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  2. I’m following you everywhere and would enjoy reading your book. Thank you for the chance!

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  3. I love the trees crossing the path leading to a misty endpoint. It looks like a fall setting on the book cover.

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  4. Since it's cold, we've been staying home and playing boardgames

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  5. In January we celebrate two birthdays and our wedding anniversary, so we have lots to look forward to.

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  6. January is ideal for walking in the foothills. sunshine and blue skies cheer me up.

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  7. we just had a big snow storm, we like to cross country ski

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  8. If its in the 40's I will get out and take a walk other then that I would say read in a nice cozy chair.

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  9. Something fun to do in Jan. Is to look for new ways to enjoy grandkids. Jane Squires jrs0350@yahoo.com

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  10. Wow. Thank you for this wonderful chance. Wishing you n yours a Happy New Year.

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  11. Also hobbling around on one foot, week and a half left non weight bearing, not sure how much longer in the boot though.

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  12. Fun to do in January? In Texas it all depends buts it's usually still nice enough to go to the park or hike on the trails in town. If you aren't in a boot.

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  13. I like to visit touristy spots on my area, like landmarks and sites on the national registry.

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  14. I am home bound and love to feed the outside cats I have 2 pups and 2 inside cats but now there is a kitten and a new to be mom coming to our home and eating and I am so happy. We freeze our leftovers that the cats can eat then at the end of the week we grind them up adding a pinch of fat from steak and that is their food I feed them year around wet and dry plus the water. We have done this for the 17 yrs that I have been in Iowa and also loved doing it in CA but wasn't so creative! peggy clayton

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  15. I really want to read this new book. I just started read Beneath, and i'm in love with this book.

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  16. I love to cuddle up by the fireplace and read a book its still winter time here

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