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Photo Blogging Challenge - December (Am I Late?)

For reasons that will soon become apparent, I missed the deadline for PJ's last Photo Blogger Challenge. But as I sit here in the Canadian deep freeze of -23C I think you'll appreciate my delayed efforts with respect to the prompt Tis the Season.


The season started out normally enough with a bit of a snowfall.


I got the outdoor lights up just prior to our first dump of the white stuff.


And then my wife and I gave all that up and escaped to Panama for two weeks where it was over 30C every day. We golfed.



We spent a lot of time at the beach.



And we enjoyed the gorgeous sunrises.

So that's why I'm late this month. Are you feeling sorry for me yet?

Comments

ReformingGeek said…
I feel sorry for you. It was very hot in Panama.

Bah Humbug.
nonamedufus said…
Thanks, Reffie. I knew there was someone out there that would understand.
P.J. said…
Yep. Feeling totally sorry for you. Mmmm hmmm. Sure am. All that warmth. Yeah.

Oh.. and I have a little writing challenge going on over at my blog for January (well, 20 days worth)... :)
nonamedufus said…
I'm feeling the love P.J. Thanks.
Linda R. said…
I stopped feeling sorry for you suffering the cold when I reached the 3rd picture. Nice!
nonamedufus said…
The problem is it was mild here while we were away. And it was +30C while we were there and then we came home to -30C. I think we picked the wrong two weeks. Feel sorrier?

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