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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Hibernation Time


It's cold, it's dark, it's winter, and I don't much want to talk to anybody.  So blog posts may be a bit scarce for a while until this old bear gets over it or spring arrives, whichever happens first.

11 comments:

David said...

You're probably sleepy from that big meal below =) See you in the spring Russ!

Stan said...

I understand. I'm sitting here tonight waiting for another Nor'easter to hit again. UGH! Move over bear.

Mareczku said...

Been snowing all day here. It has been a cold and snowy month here but not as bad as some places. The skiers are surely happy. Just stopping by to wish you well and happy hibernation.

FDeF said...

I was there in November. When the darkness arrived. Hope you get over it soon.

Ted said...

Hey Russ-- Wake up! It's Friday now, and supposed to reach the 70s up here in North Texas. (Of course, they say it might snow Tuesday, for my birthday.)

hostess of the humble bungalow said...

I have been moved.....and I've cried...
you have known this longer than I

the Laramie Project stands strong....so sad.....I won't be sleeping soundly, maybe forever.

hostess of the humble bungalow said...

Russ.......I saw The Laramie Project.....and might not sleep for weeks...I am one person in the world...but I will not let this die with Matthew.

Doorman-Priest said...

Hibernation? Oh me too!

Russ Manley said...

HHB - appreciate your thoughts, and your solidarity.

Hope all you guys are staying warm in this bitter weather.

Beartoast said...

Wish I could hibernate with you! I'm ready for a nap. Now.
Up here in the mountains, we're usually colder than y'all. But you're beating us this week.

Russ Manley said...

Yup. This is why I could never make it in Canada. Or even north of the Red River. Brrrrrr.

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