Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Rime, a good scratch and hot feet.

1. Sheep with frost on their backs because it means no warmth is escaping through their fleeces.

2. A horse rolling on the ground.

3. Resting my feet on a hot radiator as I work.

8 comments:

  1. Oh! I'm jealous! Frost and radiators! We're still working on getting out of the 70s. At least it's raining today, which we need desperately.

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  2. MMMM - frost and warm toes. No, I'd rather have warm.

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  3. Now why does no-one suffer from chilblains nowadays? - hot feet on rads on a cold day used to be such a NoNo.

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  4. horses rolling always so jolly and appealing thnaks for that reminder. My blog site is now www.spiritifelici.blogspot.com

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  5. A nosegay of pansies.

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  6. Rime! and to think you wrote this on wednesday and I'm reading it today! I was playing a vocab game on friday and when this word came up, I wasn't sure what it meant... lost a few points on a wrong guess too. Now that teaches me to keep doing daily stuff on a daily basis, doesn't it?? :-)

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  7. Rashimi -- I'm guessing that you have not much need for a word like 'Rime', living as you do in India's magical world of affordable tailors, million gods and heat. Nick and I are watching a series of documentaries about the history of India -- it makes me want to visit one day to see everything for myself.

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  8. Lady Thinker -- my father often wonders that. I think it's because of better quality socks. Or maybe global warming.

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