I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately to front only the essential facts of life...and not...when I came to die...discover that I had not lived.
Henry David Thoreau
Good Question!! WHY do I live in Alberta. #)(^%*Q^)I want 73 degreesand FOR THAT I'd be willing to let my melons flop in the breeze of that convertible.
and...FIRSTI never get the chance to say FIRST
Because that is where your Sweetheart lives and you live there for Him :)Get down and Party on Wayne!!
Nice! It looks warm!
You go sister! That red convertable is HOT!
i give up. why?
Soak up all that sunshine, it might just get you through the rest of winter in Idaho. Enjoy the ride!
I was a bit cold here today. ;o) Wore my BYU Idaho sweatshirt all day. Love!!
Excellent question. For so many reasons.
You live in Idaho because it's better than AZ come May, June, July, August, September, and October!! Been there, Done that!
I am so jealous for the 73 degrees! You go girl....drive that beautiful convertible for me. Make sure you get it over 75 mph.Have fun!
Yeah, right now it's nice, try it on for size in July. You'll then KNOW why you live in Idaho! Believe me, I've lived there.But for now, keep your top down!
You live there because if you didn't there wouldn't be anyone to 'mom' my daughter when I can't get to her!
I'm hearing ya girl!
Hope you are having a GREAT time!!!!
because you love it the rest of the year. And you will be bringing the Arizona Sun with you when you come to Utah in a few weeks ;)
Those bad mouthing our summers just don't get it. Our winters more than make up for the summers. But you might not want to keep the top down in the summer.
Ditto what Darlene said. There was more than one reason I wanted to leave Utah.
Totally jealous. Totally. blessings, marlene
Yeah, but you couldn't fully appreciate and love your 73 degree weather right now if you didn't have Idaho to begin with, right? Something about opposition in all things...? :)
So much fun!!!
lol Wendy.I ask myself the same question.. all the time.
Just stay in Arizona a few more months and you will know why you live in Idaho. Our first summer we lived there, there were 22 consecutive days over 110-- many of which were over 120
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