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Day #17 – Homer

Posted on Saturday, January 17th, 2009 under Sketches | No comments

Homer
Lilo and I spend the day today lounging around and keeping warm … me in my Homer Simpson slippers and her cuddling up really close to any one she could. We also took turns this morning laying on the sunshine-y warm parts of the living room floor, though she kept kicking me out of her space.

It really is nice having it down to 45 degrees here in Florida … I don’t envy Jessica’s “feels like -25” weather up in Wisconsin. Not at all. I doubt Homer’s slobbery mouth around my feet would be enough to keep my warm in that kind of cold. Sorry, Jess!

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