16 thoughts on “Sunburst

  1. nice pics. I always go for a number of bright colored flowers for the house come February. I’m usually long tired of snow and ice and cold by then and I start to look forward to a new Spring.

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  2. I grew up in Michigan as a kid and will never forget having to live with all that snow. My older high school years were spent in North Carolina where they get more ice storms than snow. Snow or ice, I hope to never live with them. Living in southern California suits me just fine.

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    • Sure, if you like to feel the ground shaking beneath your feet. (Was that a real aftershock or just your imagination?) And maybe you don’t know this, but people are stuck up in Cali. 🙂


      • Many people can be stuck up, but fortunately not in the area I live. It’s a very friendly community. As for the earthquakes, we see them, the wildfires, the mudslides and traffic jams, simply as minor inconveniences.

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        • When I lived in Texas, we saw hurricanes the same way. And I hope you know I was just kidding about the stuck-up part. I lived in Cali for a couple of years and everyone made fun of my accent. I suppose I’m still bitter. 🙂

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        • LOL. I knew you were just playing around. If it’s any consolation to you, when I was 11 years old, my family moved from the north to North Carolina and everyone there thought I had a funny accent. One guy asked if I was from England because I talked so fancy. lol

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