Phyllis’s Photo Shoot in Paradise
Phyllis enjoys long walks on the beach at sunset, where shadows fade away into the night. She can be found burrowing under sand castles, giggling with delight and is predicting 6 more weeks of Polar Vortex Mania. So…Phyllis has escaped to an undisclosed balmy location for a sassy photo shoot wearing today’s latest groundhog swimwear. With her toes in the sand and her pearls shimmering, Phyllis is setting the trend for woodchucks worldwide! We are unsure if she will return to Punxsutawney in time for the big announcement on Sunday but Uncle Phill will step in if needed.
Purchase your copy of Punxsutawney Phyllis by Susanna Leonard Hill from Barnes and Noble
Susanna Leonard Hill is hosting Phyllis’s Fun Fashion Show Contest through Saturday. Dress up Phyllis however you like and post her to your blog. Predict her prediction for more winter or early spring…
Check it out at the link below! Stylists needed!
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Forgive me for asking Phyllis, but did you lose weight? You look fabulous!
Angie! Phyllis looks gorgeous! And I think Mike is right – she looks very svelte in this picture 🙂 Love the earrings and pearls and flip-flops! 🙂 Thank you so much for joining in the fashion show fun, and for including a link to the book!
This was so much fun! Phyllis has been quietly working out with her trainer Sven to prepare for this paparazzi frenzied photo shoot! LOL
Woooohooo, another beach scene… cool! She looks very swish and elegant. Lovely!
Phyllis looks phabulous!
Lucky Phyllis! I’d like to be right there with her!
I love it. Phyllis is seeing warm weather and a nice large “pool” to swim in. Much better than her usual announcements. I hope she is correct.
Love the earrings too!
Phyllis looks sophisticated, and I’d love to be by the ocean right now!
The water is amazing! Great Job!
Too cute, Angie! I happen to know that Phyllis slipped away to sunbathe au naturel at the nude beach on the other side.:)
Actually, when my husband and I were in St. Maarten MANY years ago, we went to a beach which had a pseudo barrier between clothing-optional beach and clothing-required beach. The barrier? A piece of clothesline that provided the only demarcation…and you could walk or bathe on the clothing-optional side even if you wore clothes. 🙂