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Who needs snow?

Posted by Jody on November 28, 2012


The beach on Sanibel Island, Florida


14 Responses to “Who needs snow?”

  1. Hi Jody

    I just wanted to say I LOVE YOU!

    Happy Holidays

  2. I could do without snow!

  3. HI Jody
    Your sunny beach photos are a boon to me in wet England

    • Sorry for the slow response! She’s coming back from a trip to sunny California, where I understand it was raining! ;D

    • Jody said

      Ruth, thanks so much! Greg and I just spent four rainy/misty days on the Pacific coast near Los Angeles, California! We did hit the nearby beaches and spent time at Disneyland. A great time was had by all! All’s well when you’re with the grandkids (rain or shine). 🙂

  4. Good point. But skiers, maybe?

  5. beeseeker said

    So – next you’ll be posting pictures of shell men with two balls of shells for their bodies, a smaller one for the head and … wait a moment … er …oh yeaah – shells for eyes, noses and ears – there’s a challenge eh?

    • Jody said

      I have no doubt that has already been done. The background is a shot of an actual beach on Sanibel Island, Florida. Here in Albuquerque we get little snow and even fewer seashells! 🙂

  6. Looks like what I remember – THICK with shells, most of them tiny, and fun to sift through.

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