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Day 9 – Snow, What’s It Good For? – #SOLC23

Snow storms. I love a good snowstorm. I despise the hype about snow storms because the last three "epic" storms have been duds. Now, that's not to say storms in other parts of the country haven't been epic, but here... Continue Reading →

5 Wonderings At Christmas Break #SOL22

I didn't get a chance to write this blog in the morning when I had time. I was just irratated with school, student, just the whole freaking mess. Well, my mood is much better, but the wonderings are still the... Continue Reading →

A Snowstorm? It’s 2020, Why Now? #SOL20

It's 10:45 PM central time and the "winter storm" has fizzled out. #booooooo I love a good winter storm. This one dropped 4" - 5" of snow with a little wind. The thing I love about storms like this, the... Continue Reading →

It’s a Random Day #SOL19

Well, it's Tuesday, Slice of Life day. The problem is, this blog was started on Friday. #Wheredidmymojogo I read somewhere that to make your blog better, you have to blog every day. Well, if I can keep this Tuesday -... Continue Reading →

#SOL18 – Snow.

Ice glaze in the morning. Snow started to the north. Most schools in the area were out by 1:00 P.M. Anyone tired of this screwy weather? #raiseshand I'll start seeds for my garden this weekend and hopefully this will stop... Continue Reading →

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