16 thoughts on “#ThorsDaySmile

        • Sort of. Actually, I’m inside, in the shade, and nowhere near the sun, which I don’t go out in, unless I’m wearing Total Eclipse sunblock. I grew up in Florida, born in 1944 BP (Before Paba). I’ve had more than 15 skin cancers removed, four of which were on my face. I don’t do sunshine, though I do admire it from a safe distance. Kind of like my rule about alligators. (I give ’em a wave, and stay the heck away from the water.) 😀 Other than that, we’re both in the sunshine. Hahahahaha.

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          • Lol, thanks for explaining the difference Marsh. And I had to lol had ‘BP’, love the term! But I hear you, and yes we do have to be careful in the sun. You being born to the sun having access almost 365 a year opposed to me getting it on winter vacation, armed with lots of sunscreen numbers, just love to be out in it whenever I can. 🙂

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            • We wouldn’t make good roommates. I hate temps over 80, my absolute maximum. I prefer 70-72 days with nights in the 50’s or so. And yes, I’m in central Florida. Hubby hates the cold. If I had my way, I’d be in the mountains, beside a waterfall, with lots of ferns and deep, dark woods, and plenty of cool weather. That’s MY happy place, though I don’t get there nearly as often as I wish. It’s a choice of Mark or the mountains. He’s winning. So far. 😀 😀 😀

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