February 2, 2014

February Facebook Cover Images

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Listen you little jerk rodent! I’m sick of the cold weather and gross, frozen over slush that lines every pothole-riddled Philly street as a result of this long winter. And now you’re predicting 6 more weeks?!

I long for sundresses and daffodils.

Every month, I feature new images for download for you to use as your Facebook cover photo. Click to download these images and see them at their full size and resolution.


Please note these images are made available for personal use only.

Okay, campers, rise and shine, and don’t forget your booties ’cause it’s cooooold out there today. 

~ Groundhog Day

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