Chronic Grace

Finding the Grace in a Life With Chronic Illness

We have just endured several weeks of a painful cold snap here in Minnesota–you know, the kind that makes your face hurt every time you go outside, and a high temperature that straggles above zero degrees Fahrenheit is cause for celebration? One member of our little family, however, is a champion at keeping warm. It’s a dog’s life, as the saying goes.

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  1. so sweet, stay warm. I on the other hand am trying to stay cool, over 40C here today and hotter tomorrow!

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    1. We are enjoying some more reasonable temperatures for now, in the mid-twenties Fahrenheit. I hope it has gotten a bit cooler where you are my friend!

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  2. Cheryl crotty says:

    He looks very warm and snuggly…it has been very cold all along the Eastern Seaboard this year also..I think we are warming up this weekend…yea…snuggle with the pup and you’ll be warm…Have a great weekend.

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    1. A belated thank you! Fiona got s haircut right before we went into the deep freeze, so there was lots and lots of snuggling and we even broke out her Christmas sweater! 💕💕💕💕💕

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