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What do you do?

 

What do you do when you had to wake up at 3:30 in the morning to go to work, when it is freezing cold outside, and the sidewalks are dangerously icy?

 

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Easy, you get home, put on your favorite pjs and furry socks, you snuggle into a warm blanket, and relax.

A warm bath would be nice too. But not before I treat myself to a little nap. This 5 am shift is a crime against humanity!

It is.

 

Via Fandango’s One Word Challenge:Β Pair

50 thoughts on “What do you do?

    1. Hey there, Lynn πŸ™‚ I know it is possible, I’ve seen other bloggers do it, but I never found the way to post a picture in the comments yet.

      Enjoy the evening, and the weekend! And do send the picture, if you find out how to do it πŸ˜‰

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      1. πŸ™‚ Good one! Love the Milky Way look!! I must say, though, that after looking for a while, I thought the thigh area looks a bit like bad bruises πŸ˜›

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    1. Thank you Jessica πŸ™‚ It was an excellent plan, indeed. I had a lovely nap that allows me to spend a nice evening without the constant yawning LOL I visited your blog, did you really just join the blogging world? It is a pleasure you to welcome you if that is the case!!

      I hope you are enjoying a great weekend πŸ™‚

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      1. You’re welcome !!
        & no , I actually had a blog with WordPress for a year but I’ve just recently started over and went self hosted so I could have more and better opportunities to make it another source of income lol! Thank you so much for even taking the time to visit my blog!! πŸ’• it literally means so much to me!!

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      1. Oh yes, in some ways, it’s better to let me roam around by myself… I would like him to tag along, but he doesn’t get as many days of vacation as I do. We’ll plan something together, later this year, that will interest him more than Denmark πŸ˜‰

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    1. LOL living IN the sun… that made me giggle. I have considered putting my skates on, but of course, by then, Mother Nature had turned around and sent a couple of inches of snow… LOL So I’m just extra cautious when I need to get out, and I run for the furry socks as soon as I get back home πŸ˜‰ If you miss the comfy socks, leave me your adress via my ”get in touch with Cyranny” page, and I’ll send you a pair of furry ones! (New ones, of course) πŸ˜›

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      1. I do miss socks. I love putting them on. Yesterday it rained and I pretended to be in a cold country where we don’t just jump in to flip flop and shorts to live. I was like Oooo I should put jeans on, but then again, I don’t think I own a pair.

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      2. Hahahaha, yeah, reminds me of my 5 years living in Guinea. The first winter without snow was great, but it wasn’t long until we started missing it πŸ˜›

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      3. I was a child back then… My father got a job in a bauxite mine, and we moved there for his work when I was 11. We spent 5 years in Africa, and it was an experience I’ll always be grateful to my parents for. It was amazing, and I really think it taught me a lot about life! I wrote a few posts about my time there… You can search ”Kamsar” on my blog, you should find them easily. If it interests you, of course πŸ™‚

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      4. It was an incredible experience indeed.

        I think that everyone would get great benefits from living at least one year of their life in a completely different country. There is no better way to learn about people, and about ourselves, and it comes with life changing lessons…

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