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Saturday, March 8, 2008

Timing is Everything

Wow, what a crazy week it has been! Monday, it was so warm, that the kids were playing in the yard with bare feet! It was a blast. Warm and nice. By Tuesday, it was raining so hard, I thought the whole state of Ohio would wash away. Flooding, rivers bulging, crazy rain. I felt like I was on the Oregon Coast again!

Wednesday night, we heard that a storm was on it's way. Expect over 12 inches of snow. Yeah, right, I thought. In Southern Ohio? Maybe in Chicago, but not here. Well, school was dismissed early on Friday (except my poor kids, who felt cheated since they're homeschooled) , and my poor husband barely made it home, through all the snow. 4 inches Friday during the day, then a lull, then it started again. It snowed on and off all night long, then it's back at it again today. Yeah, I'd say we have about 12 inches.

Southern Ohio isn't really prepared for weather like this (unlike Chicago, which never cancelled a day of school the whole time we were there, and we got TONS more snow that this). They even cancelled CHURCH! That never happens :)

We had a TON of fun playing in the snow this morning. We even made a Jaba the Hut snowman. He's even GREEN! So cool. I'll post pictures later!

This WordArt suggestion came from Geezee, who liked the Attitude is Everything, and wanted to also see Timing is Everything. So true, so true! Hope you like it!

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geezee said...

Thank you so much. You definitely got it just right. Thanks again. I love your Word Art.

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