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thanks for this. when i got your email saying you did this, i walked around my house (making a fire in fact) wondering what you wore, and voila! here it is. i don't think i'm quite this brave, but my mittens salute you.


p.s. I was considering following your footsteps, but on a whim I checked the windchill, which is now 24 below. Looks like I'm driving to the gym!


See? This is why I never want to know about the wind chill!

Mom - niece #4

Don't forget the really cool whorls of frost make-up. It's the only time I like make-up on myself!


True enough! When I got home I had very attractive white mascara on...

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