Day 17: My lesson today

Day 17: My lesson today

I had to walk down to see Phillipa at her photography studio in the Junction, and I thought because it was above freezing I didn't need my shells; or my hat; or my neckwarmer; or my mittens. Well, by the time I got down to Phillipa's I was quite frozen. 

Luckily when it was time to go home, Bobby came and met me and brought me a hat and neckwarmer, and my walk home was much more comfortable. 

Lesson learned. I actually feel quToday for one of the few times this winter I was cold. How you may ask, was I cold when it was +2. Well, because I didn't dress properly! How else. Ironic yes it was.ite foolish, being the spouter of all things "there's no cold day just bad gear"  Well I am not going out without my snow-shells again before May. 

 llamas in high park

Here is a pic from just 10 days ago just because llamas are cute.

Tomorrows photo challenge-while I was walking today Bobby pointed out a cute squirrel, and that's today's photo challenge. A picture of a squirrel.

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