February 19, 2021 • Issue XLll
Shadow & Light Magazine. Beth Moon
Hello, reader

The last few days have been quite interesting, weatherwise, here in Albuquerque. We have have a few inches of snow, bright and sunny days and temperatures in the teens. I know it's not anywhere near what other states are encountering because of the arctic freeze that is making its way around the country. I sincerely wish them well and can only hope that power is restored and the weather warms up for them, soon!

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That's it for now. Be safe and be careful out there!

I thank you all for your readership and your continued support!

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