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Are you making fun of those of us who actually experience winter? LOL You have greenery in your picture! We have ugly bare trees here. Probably another month before I see buds on anything.

I am very surprised your little tree is still standing though. One of my dogs would have already chewed on it and all that would be left would be a dry stick in a pot.

I love it that you are putting down roots, planting and remodeling, since you decided to stay.

Blessings, C

I planted some daffodils in a pot in my living room to brighten it up until spring finally comes and the yucky gray weather goes away . . .

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