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Licking Ice Cubes

August 11, 2012

Boy, did the summer switch just click on this week or what? 100 degrees in the Valley and high 80s near the shore. This little guy is feeling it just like his momma. All we want to do is lick ice cubes and lay in front of the fan.

Stay cool out there. xo

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