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Perpetual Exhaustion
hanging on by a thread

Thursday, February 07, 2008
I would love to blog, but all my brain cells are dead. The kids had a snow day last wednesday, were sick on thursday, and had yet another snow day on friday. This brings us to this week where they had a snow day yesterday and again today. Seriously the amount of snow we have is just insane, and i hate winter. Peter had to push two cars up our street today in order for them to get out because they couldn't make it thru the snow. MIL has offered to come by and take daynah for the day, but she can't come for her until the snow plows come thru or she'll she get stuck.

I would like to recomend that everyone read the book The Time Traveler's Wife. It was such an amazing book. I started reqading it Sunday and had it finished on Tuesday morning. It was such a moving story, best i've read in a very long time.

For anyone out there longing for some snow, here's a few pictures of the white stuff we are buried under.

those bumps back there, those are the kids sandboxes

the snow banks are taller then Juleigha

another shot of the lovely white stuff

Barely Written by geenalyn at 10:15 AM |


At 1:28 PM, Blogger mamatulip said........
I never noticed how big Juleigha's feet were.

At 1:58 PM, Blogger geenalyn said........
*snort* i guess i should mention that she's wearing Daynah's shoes, although she does have insanely big feet for someone has tiny as she is

At 5:06 PM, Blogger Kimmykay said........
but it is so pretty and white...have i mentioned the kids are wearing short sleeves today????

At 5:25 PM, Blogger Lisa said........
See, when it snowed here, we could still see the grass through the snow. That shuts down schools down here. I must say, though, it really is pretty - in pictures.

At 1:34 AM, Blogger Mary said........
I have the time traveler's wife to read. I guess I'll start that next. I just finished the secret life of Cee Cee Wilkes. It was pretty good.

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