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Snow

I was raised in South Carolina, a southern state where the winters are fairly mild when compared to northern climes. Growing up, I prayed in the wintertime that somehow it would snow. Frequently, when it was cold enough, I would … Continue reading

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Warmth and Coldth

I live in Florida. When I was living in South Carolina during my youth, I prayed I would someday live in Florida. Who didn’t want to live in Florida? When I joined the Navy in 1961, I had a choice … Continue reading

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“Tween” Time

  December in west-central Florida is “tween” time–the time of the year when, although the morning temperature outside is chilly, the temperature in the house is only flirting with 70 degrees which would kick on the thermostat for heat. It … Continue reading

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Warmth and Coldth

I know there are many people who ask, “How in the world can you stand the summer heat and humidity in Florida? Don’t you miss the change of seasons?” Well, I was raised in South Carolina, which is smack dab … Continue reading

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Warmth and Coldth

I know there are many people who ask, “How in the world can you stand the summer heat and humidity in Florida? Don’t you miss the change of seasons?” Well, I was raised in South Carolina, which is smack dab … Continue reading

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