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What are you looking forward to about the holidays or winter?

Asked at Signs of Life, 722 Massachusetts St. on December 19, 2011

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Photo of David Yoe

“Being able to study without structured classes.”

Photo of Ellen Heschmeyer

“Celebrating the birth of Christ.”

Photo of Michelle Morrison

“I like snowy weather — hot coffee, hot fires; that’s what I enjoy.”

Photo of Denise LaRosh

“Having all of my family together.”

Comments

rockchalker52 3 years, 7 months ago

I like to daydream. More time to do that in the winter.

rockchalker52 3 years, 7 months ago

Righto, there's April, then May & If you add June, you have the names of Daisy's three nieces. I think April had a thing for Huey, & maybe June for Louie, but May & Dewy went kablooie. He might have ended up as an apprentice for the Donald.

labmonkey 3 years, 7 months ago

So are you asking for a sewage backup?

Lawrence Morgan 3 years, 7 months ago

Don't you know that Christmas in Russia is celebrated the first part of January?

LadyJ 3 years, 7 months ago

I see the LJW made it back online, noticed the school district website was also down. Was this a planned down time by Knology or just failure on their part?

grammaddy 3 years, 7 months ago

Having all the kids and grandkids together under the same roof for a while.

Mary Darst 3 years, 7 months ago

Don"t mind the Christmas part, but NOT the next 2-3 months.......I need the WARM sun. Winter is depressing.

labmonkey 3 years, 7 months ago

January and February are the worst months of the year by far. February really sucks after the Super Bowl is over.

rockchalker52 3 years, 7 months ago

Surfed around & found these Fun Facts about Winter (from multiple sources):

22 Dec. is the first full day of it for us Northies with the sun furthest away, hanging out over the Tropic of Capricorn.

The world’s biggest snowflake fell on January 28, 1887, in Ft. Keogh, Montana. It was 15 inches across and 8 inches thick. The runner up was one that fell in Bratsk, Siberia, almost a century later (1971) – it measured 8 by 12 inches.

Hailstones are built like onions – the layers count the number of times it traveled to the top of the storm before falling to the ground.

Lessons Learned from a Snowman: Wearing white is always in style Accessories don’t have to be expensive

Hoping for a mild winter as we’re low on firewood. Could chop up the piano, but that’s only a couple of chords.

Just some fun in the cold - follow @winterblowsalot

grammaddy 3 years, 7 months ago

How about one of those "edible arrangements"??

Bill Lee 3 years, 7 months ago

Kansas Music Hall of Fame inductions and concerts the last weekend of February.

BMI 3 years, 7 months ago

Icicles. Especially killer sized, on the second story eaves.

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