A Florida Winter   |   January 29, 2014
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 First of all, Carlie has been eating a few meals on her own.
She is doing well with her finger food and, as you can see, can clean her plate. About half of the meal gets into her mouth and the other half onto her lap and the carpeted floor.
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 Last night we had a little ice storm. These pictures aren’t that amazing if you live up North but they are when you are living in Florida. Icicles on our eves!

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 My roses, I hope they make it.
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 Vines growing on our back fence.
 
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 My clothes line.
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 Our street sign. 
(No, it hasn’t been shot up. I think that’s moss or fungus growing on it.)
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 Our little pine trees we planted about two years ago.
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 John took this picture last night, you can see a little ice on the roof.
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 When John came back from his walk Carlie wasn’t sure of what to think 
of his hat so he let her wear it and she left it on. Usually she won’t leave a hat on.
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 Wednesday morning I got up early and wanted to get some pictures before the ice melted.
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John and Carlie Jane were waiting inside, watching me.

1 thought on “A Florida Winter”

  1. This kind of winter hasn't happened since 1993! I was soooo excited for the prospect of snow but ice will do for now, haha.

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