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If you gave up smoking you will see your shadow today because there won't be a cloud of smoke around you hiding it.

Hug to all still here.
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"If you gave up smoking you will see your shadow today because there won't be a cloud of smoke around you hiding it.

Hug to all still here. "

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Well, if someone breaks into your house, grabs you and lifts you way up in the air
in front of cameras and a bunch of gawking strangers you may not have the choice.
But hopefully you will be able to choose if you want to see your shadow - or not.

Howie52
A little more winter - more or less - is not a severe hazard.
Smoking is a severe hazard - and choosing to quit is a wise move.
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It's a smoke free day here in southeast Virginia primarily due to the brisk north wind that tumbled our temperatures from 81 yesterday (a record by 1 degree) to 41 today, which is 9 degrees below average. I did see my shadow on Ground Hog Day, because there hasn't been a cloud of tobacco smoke around me since the "big decision" of September 1972! My goal is to make it to the "Big Five-Oh" in just a little over 3 years, but life is an uncertain thing, especially at my age!
Best to all who tune in occasionally (such as myself),
Lyle
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Happy you had another smoke free, if not just freezing, groundhog shadow day. Hugs.
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Howie,

A little more winter here in Buffalo is called summer. Nothing to smoke about!
Jack G
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