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December 04, 2018

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Einat

Oh, Lucy
Your words are simply a delight.

Linda

You should definitely write a novel, Lucy, you certainly know how to completely catch the moment! ❤️

wendy

What a wonderful walk and it also took me back to my visit the last 2 years and the walks we went on in all sorts of weather ♥♥ Keep warm and enjoy those lovely warm fires inside xo

Ann Chapman

I love the changing seasons in the UK. Each one is so different from the one before but the weather is ever changing and always different. One thing is for sure - it won’t stay the same for long. I’m waiting to have an unexpected operation and will be unable to do very much between now and the end of January. I will appreciate the freedom to get out and about so much more after that!

Zoe

Your first paragraph perfectly sums up how I feel this time of year too. I live in the Seattle area which is very gray and wet, and it just starts to feel so oppressive. Of course, I have to bite my tongue, it is an unseasonably gorgeous sunny day today, but cold!

Sew Ruthie

I've just got a Lumie Vitamin L from John Lewis (they seemed to have the best price) and its fab like indoor sunshine. I have a dose every day.

CJ

I do love a good view for miles, and what an amazing wild place. Rushing back in the fading light is so nice when you get back to the warmth and light of home. I know what you mean about the woolliness, it's hard to get going sometimes. I think we are programmed deep down in our DNA to hibernate a little in the winter. CJ xx

Pieta

I was a visitor to your beautiful part of the world last August and loved it. Even though it gets cold and gloomy I would like to visit in winter just to experience the changes in the season. We don't get the extreme changes here in Oz, at least not where I live.

Susan

Definitely wooliness,just want to hibernate ☺️

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