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How to freeze and egg in a minute. | by Michelle Schamis
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How to freeze and egg in a minute.

So we Mid-Atlantic peeps do get cold weather in winter.

Usually a few 20 degree days followed by a most likely cycle of winter being 38 and rainy.

Given that todays forecast in the morning registered at 9 degrees, I’d take 38 and rainy any day...

Its been bitter for a week now and isn’t getting better.

The roads are covered like a giant salt lick.

I’m wearing a hat while inside the house ready to ski and skate right outside my door.

Yes, winter is here and we all know if you live in the four seasons, there will always be something to complain about.

There is heat and there is humidity, then rain and fog and wind, then this..

A frozen tundra where just about everything sleeps til Spring.

I can’t even think about the groundhog.

I’m sure he is resting snug and getting fed so they

can pull him out next month to tell us how much winter

is left.

I’ll admit that I don’t want to cook an egg in the summer heat nor

freeze one in winters' deep frost.


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Taken on January 2, 2018