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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The robins...


...they're on their way there...to where you are. We saw lots of them on Saturday.


Take heart...they'll be in your neck of the woods before too long...and Spring will be right behind them!


Setting the alarm, packing the car and heading here tomorrow.

Tallahassee is one of our favorite Florida cities. Mr. MW will be in meetings. Annie and I will making our annual trip to Thomasville, Georgia for a little shopping and antiquing. I'll keep you posted.

Stay warm and think Spring!

Enjoy the day,
Robyn

12 comments:

  1. I can't wait for the Robins to start appearing.Bitterly cold here this morning.Enjoy your trip,hope that you find lots of goodies.Hugs,Jen

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  2. Thank you for that bit of wonderful news!! Have a great trip, safe travels and happy shopping!!

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  3. Thanks for the robin pictures. It gives me hope. it has been a long hard winter and I can't wait till we see our first robins, those brave little birds.

    Have a safe and happy trip and I'm hoping that you'll find lots of lovely treasures.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  4. Oh my Robins, won't be here for a loooong time.....Have a great time with Annie, Francine

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  5. I hope by the time you leave on your trip that nasty weather will be gone. Safe travels!

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  6. I hope they stay til we thaw out up here..not good for man beast or bird. Have fun on your trip. Take lots of pics! Janice

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  7. They better stay in your neck of the woods yet. At 6 degrees they will freeze their tail feathers off here.

    LOL

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  8. Oh, they better slow their voyage. As Raggedy said, they will freeze their tail feathers and then some.
    Have a safe trip, take lots of pictures and find lots of treasures to share with us. I hope a few come home with you.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  9. be careful the weather is not good my brother in Mississippi has freezing rain right now.
    Cathy

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  10. How fun.
    Have a wonderful time.
    Looking forward to the robins.
    Warm Woolie Hugs

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  11. Those birds need to take their time in coming to Wisconsin. It's still -3 degrees here this a.m.

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  12. have a great trip!
    love seeing the robins!

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