Day Eighteen; Footnotes Still White With More to Come?

About rebecca s revels

A writer, a photographer, a cancer survivor. An adventurer of the mild kind, a lover of the simple pleasures such as long walks and chocolate. A Christian unashamed of my faith and a friend who is dependable and will encourage readily. Author of three self published books with more waiting to find their way to paper. An advocate of good things, a fighter against wrongs.
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19 Responses to Day Eighteen; Footnotes Still White With More to Come?

  1. John says:

    The white stuff makes any yard look great for a while, I’m guessing that the last photo shows your home. So many large trees around it!

  2. Webb Blogs says:

    One good thing about the snow is that it makes for beautiful pictures 😁

  3. Beautiful winter images .

  4. elvira797mx says:

    Amazing and beautiful photos and place. Thanks for share Rebecca.
    Take care.
    Elvira

  5. leendadll says:

    Beautiful! But still a massive NOPE for me!!

    • It is beautiful, but I’m happy to only see it once in a great while and then gone. Its not as bad now that I don’t work and have to drive in it as I once did but still..begone white stuff begone..

      • leendadll says:

        I’m with you… though cold temps also annoy me. I’ve got “SoCal blood”.

      • My son teases me about being cold, but then he is so rarely cold he simply doesn’t understand.

      • leendadll says:

        Cold + obese + something else = many many thyroid tests. Alway dead center of normal range, even on the adv tests. And it always makes me sad!

      • I have always been very susceptible to cold temperatures. If it drops below 70 I’m freezing. I noticed recently that the fitness band I had purchased (and hate because its annoying) was telling me my blood pressure was a little high. I was told by an informed friend that niacin would help open my veins. Since I’ve been taking that I haven’t been as cold as before.

      • leendadll says:

        Interesting!
        I have only taken niacin after a coworker told me (roughly 30yrs ago) that she’d take it to break out is sweat with flush skin, in order to leave work “sick”. It made me itchy so I never did it again.

      • I was warned about that so I was prepared. It actually helps me as I tend to be cold easily. I wish they would do it tonight as I’m freezing..

      • leendadll says:

        But maybe that’s why I haven’t had menopause hot flashes??

      • I never really had hot flashes. I was premenopausal when I started my cancer battle. After the surgery and radiation I was on a medication for three years that was supposed to prevent the cancer from returning. To this day I believe that medicine played a large part in my not having issues during “the change”.

      • leendadll says:

        I was on depo provera, to prevent periods, for years before menopause. No idea if that’s why I had no symptoms.

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