Monday, July 21, 2008

Motivational poster

This one is for Geoff ...

13 comments:

  1. OMG I love it! It's so true, I actually had my SAD light out this weekend hoping it would make me feel better. Can I copy this and put it on my blog if I give you credit?

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  2. And that is why I will never be living in Alaska.
    Well, that and the fact that you get a lot of snow.
    But I sure do enjoy reading the stories of your life there.

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  3. I just laughed SO hard. Oh my god.

    I don't think I've ever commented on your blog... I'm a Juneau girl- born and raised, who now lives and rides bikes in Seattle. But I love your blog! And this really hit home. Mind if I repost it with credit?

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  4. Oh boy...what have I gotten myself into!?

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  5. Come on Jill, snap out of it!
    The photo in your previous post is the first one I've seen without you smiling.

    Nigity - "Always keep a smile in your heart."

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  6. Perhaps we should bottle up some sunshine and send it your way. Would a tanning booth help?

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  7. ha! that is hilarious.

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  8. Aaron9:17 PM

    Hehehe. I might have to rip off your most excellent idea and do something like it for Mackenzie. Brrrrrr! We're expecting frost tonight. Feels like October right now.

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  9. Elizabeth and Renai ...

    By all means pass it on! I knew the Juneau crowd would get it. That was my stroke of inspiration while I was being pelted with snain at about 3,000 feet up Mount Jumbo this morning.

    Karen ... Don't worry. You're moving to Anchorage. My friends in Anchorage have been a bit complainy about the weather over there this summer, but I bet they've at least seen the sun sometime in July.

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  10. Jill, Love your writing and sense of humor! Especially love the word "Snain!" Keep up the great Blog.

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  11. Anonymous8:02 AM

    Jill,
    Everything is a matter of perspective. Here in Dallas yesterday it was 102, it was 96 at 10 pm. The forcast for the next week is 100+ everyday. We have had about 10 minutes of meaningful rain in the last 6 weeks. As tired of the weather as you are just perservere.

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  12. Put that dump in the rearview!

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  13. Julie in Alaska3:57 PM

    Yeah, we had two sun-filled days in July in southcentral AK, I think. It peeks out from time to time, otherwise. It's 55 degrees and rainy/cloudy now. I am definetly charging up my SAD visor light today. It was hard to believe I was feeling so bad in the middle of the summer! But it still beats ice underfoot and temps close to zero for days on end....so I will take summer anyway it comes.

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