As colder temperatures and winter weather moves into the area I am thankful for the warmth and comfort that comes from our propane wall unit and for electricity to run our infrared heater (when needed) and with which to cook our food...warm soups and stews, freshly baked bread from the oven, and hot tea in the mornings. I am thankful, too, for light. Light by which to read in the evening, the twinkling Christmas lights that decorate our home, and the warm glow of candlelight on chilly winter evenings. All of these things add to our warmth and comfort as we ride out the winter here in the Midwest.
Until next time,
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