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    Can't Have Anyone Over Syndrome Marla Cilley "Sink Reflections"
  • chaos
    Main Entry: cha·os Pronunciation: 'kA-"äs Function: noun Etymology: Latin, from Greek -- more at GUM 1 obsolete : CHASM, ABYSS 2 a often capitalized : a state of things in which chance is supreme; especially : the confused unorganized state of primordial matter before the creation of distinct forms -- compare COSMOS b : the inherent unpredictability in the behavior of a complex natural system (as the atmosphere, boiling water, or the beating heart) 3 a : a state of utter confusion b : a confused mass or mixture Mirriam-Webster's Online Dictionary
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March 08, 2008


Cindy Lamb

Well if you have to have snow this is probably the best kind, it falls and doesn't stay around and stick to anything.


Snow...nah...just clean your camera lens and try again!


I cleaned it and I cleaned it. The more I cleaned the whiter it got out there! I do have to admit that I did think I was hallucinating at one point but several other people also saw the same thing.

Cindy Lee

yeah, yeah, yeah, go to my blog and see what we woke up to this morning - acccckkkkk....and expecting more (4"-7") before nightfall - my lovely pink frilly Easter dress is going to look so devine with my clunky white snow boots, LOL, LOL! HUGS, Cindy Lee

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