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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

It's TOO Early For This!

It's been doing "this" since early this morning and it's supposed to continue doing "this" until tomorrow around 6pm or so. Ugh. It's too early!



The girls' school was supposed to do their Trunk or Treat tonight, but it's been cancelled due to the weather. Mostly it's slushy on the roads right now, but with the temps hovering around 30, give or take a few degrees, that's definitely going to change when it drops tonight. The forecast is for a nice day of 50+ degrees ON Halloween so we should be able to skip the whole snowing/bad weather we usually get then.

The first grade classes did a Snow Day Dance this afternoon in the hopes that the students will get a Snow Day tomorrow. We'll see. Our district rarely closes school due to snow. It just seems so strange to have this happening at the end of October, but we all know how wacky Mother Nature has been this year, so maybe it's par for the course this year!

I just hope this isn't a preview of what our winter will be like!

Hopefully your weather is better than what we are dealing with right now.

And the girls have requested I start a fire, so I'm off to do that and maybe toast some marshmallows, if I am lucky enough to get the fire going.

Thanks for the Blogger tips, apparently my settings defaulted and I didn't notice it. It should be all better now. Although I wish Live Writer would work on my computer...that would be ideal!
Oh well!

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4 comments:

Sarah said...

Ohhhh Jeanne!!! That's a lot of snow. At least our little bit a couple of weeks ago didn't last the day.

Carolyn Christie said...

WOW that is really early for all that snow. What you get usually comes our way, we'll see.
Every kid loves a snow day. :) Enjoy your day!!

Kim Burmeister said...

Wow! That is a lot of snow. I agree it is too early, but it sure is pretty.

Kathi Carlson said...

Oh my! I'd cry if that were in my backyard. In your pictures, however, it looks so pretty. At least it comes and goes in your neck of the woods. In Minnesota, it comes and stays for months - like visiting relatives who stay too long...