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9° Dark Winter Days

Just when I thought we were finally moving closer to warmer days, the temperature plummets to a bitter cold 9 degrees and gorgeous white once again falls from the sky like powdered sugar through a sifter. Alex and I are totally over it, but my younger brother, of course, cheers any school cancellation prospects.


Marlen said…
ugh, i know we're in march but i don't let my brain think that we're close to spring. i'll be too disappointed if i let myself think that way, haha. at least the sun is starting to stay up longer! (was there desperation in my voice with that one?)

xo marlen
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