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.


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

~ Groundhog Day

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