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Description: It's that time of the year again. It never really gets light on most days. Sometimes you're in luck and the sun will shine for a couple of hours. But you'll have to be quick to witness it, because before you know it the sun has set again. It's the season of the moon. It's the season of the merry days before Christmas. The good thing about Christmas is that the days are getting longer again. It's just a shame that you only start noticing this five weeks later. Is there anyone else out there who believes that the only good thing about December and January is that they pass? Well, anyway, seasons greetings to all of you. I know I'm a bit early, but hey, who cares? It'll pass ( I hope...)
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Posted by: Madman December 07, 2014, 11:56:59 PM

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