Day 16: Yesterday was my least favourite kind of weather

Day 16: Yesterday was my least favourite kind of weather

Good morning Challengers. Did you go out yesterday? If you did I applaud you and if you didn't-I don't blame you. 

Have you ever met people who aren't from Southern Ontario, and you say, 'oh it's so cold where you come from.' and they say 'it's a dry cold.' or something equally weird like that. 

Well yesterday was a cold that the actual temperature did not relay. It was a soak through your winter clothes straight to your bones cold. A greyness that discouraged even the most die hard winter lover (me). 

I walked to work at the Pizza Shop and that was enough outdoorsing for me. Let's hope today is better and more inviting weatherwise. 

I spent that walk however thinking about the photo challenge and I went from 'what could I take a picture of?' to getting completely carried away. I'll spare you a picture of my half eaten pizza and just charm you with a picture of half my kids. ;)

Today's photo prompt-how about your favourite local restaurant.

Until tomorrow have an outdoorsy day.

A

 





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