Fantastic morning from Maine the place the sunrise is however a lot more than an hour away as I drink my initially cup of espresso. It is really heading to be an remarkable day in our residence because we are heading to see Disney Frozen on Ice! To say that my daughters are enthusiastic about it would be an understatement. They would have slept in their Frozen costumes very last night time if we had let them. The relaxation of the weekend will be a extra mundane program of raking leaves and using bikes. I hope that you have a pleasurable and calming weekend. 

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