Life in progress

In Contrast with Fantasy

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Somewhere in the world

there is a place

that looks just like this.

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It is here.

 

Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

30 thoughts on “In Contrast with Fantasy

  1. We no longer have that. It was a spring day in the upper 50’s. Heat was turned off and windows were opened. I closed everything up in case it drops but the heat hasn’t bothered to think about kicking on. I went walking with only a sweater on and no coat, no gloves, no headband. I feel a change in the air like spring fever and I know I shouldn’t believe it. Winter isn’t through with us yet.

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  2. That was cute ! We can say the first three lines but you’re lucky….you can say the fourth one as well πŸ˜‰ Love the haiku and poetic lines xx

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  3. Old picture above but totally relevant to now! πŸ˜‰

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  4. Somewhere in the world there is a place like this
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/berkshire/content/images/2007/07/20/maidenhead_flood_vans_470x300.jpg I am lucky and dry for now fingers crossed ! πŸ˜‰

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  5. Beautiful! I love snowy winters, don’t you?

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  6. Sometimes I do miss the snow and ice, but only for a minute. Thanks for the minute.

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  7. I liked your last place better. πŸ™‚ That’s pretty, but warmth sounds nice right now.

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  8. Well, I’m in Florida finally. At 9:30 pm it was still 70 degrees. I was made to live in Florida.

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  9. I want to be there for some time to experience it. I am not sure if my body can accept that much because it’s accustomed to min of 15 deg Celsius. And yes, it does look like the entering place to Narnia through the cupboard.

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  10. I immediately thought of Narnia.

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  11. The minimum temperature here reaches at about 1-2 degree Celsius and it is really hard for everyone around. I wonder how it is for you there if the scene around is such that it gives me shivers.

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    • It was relatively mild today – only -6C. On Wednesday the wind chill was -40. To give you an idea, 30 seconds outside freezes your nose hairs and frostbite starts on exposed skin after 15 minutes. But then it gets up to 40C and even 50C with the humidity in the summer… we enjoy the between seasons. πŸ˜€

      Nice to see you, Anmol! πŸ™‚

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  12. Aha! Now’s when you need a little Captain Jack! πŸ˜‰

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