Monthly Archives: November 2011

Correction on Last Post

Actually, my weather source was wrong yesterday, it was only about 12 or 13 degrees. But today it is warmer, it’s 20. The kids are back outside making a snow fort now. They love playing in the snow! Advertisements

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Yes, We Have More Snow

It snowed all day yesterday, so we spent our Thanksgiving inside our warm house cooking, baking, and eating. Mark and Kyle watched football much of the day (and we mourned the Aggies’ loss). But I am not a football fan, … Continue reading

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I’m thankful I’m not in Fairbanks right now, where temperatures haven’t been above zero since November 13. Last Thursday, it was 41 degrees below zero. That makes our seven degrees of today seem downright balmy. I’m thankful that tomorrow is … Continue reading

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This Place Is Cold!

It’s been in the single digits all week, which is really too cold to do anything at all outside, except hurrying quickly to the car or the house. This morning it was -2 when I took the kids to school. … Continue reading

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Umm, Yeah, It’s Crazy Here

Again, I thought I had published this one, but guess not. In case I actually did post it, sorry if you’re reading it twice. A friend of mine texted me the other day, wondering if she could escape her crazy … Continue reading

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Field Trip

I still have one child who loves me to come to her class at school. This week I was there for a Johnny Appleseed project, to assist the kids in making their replicas of Johnny, and then yesterday we went … Continue reading

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Spelling Bee

Sarah earned the privilege of competing in the district/regional spelling bee for the Association of Christian Schools, which was held today in Wasilla. She had fun and wasn’t nervous – I was nervous enough for her (I went along as … Continue reading

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