Unexpected blizzard

Unexpected blizzard

March 10, 2013

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Well. Not entirely unexpected, but it was weird. The weather the past few days was fairly nice, and on Friday night we actually had thunderstorms. It was strange to have a big, blowy snow after all that. It was a perfect day for holing up in the house after church in my pajamas, though!

*We interrupt this post to say “Happy Birthday, Deborah!”*

Last week Bethany (Deborah’s daughter) brought by the following poem. At first I was just enamored of the cuteness of her spelling and her thoughtfulness at noticing the poem’s author (Ralph, Wally and Emme are named for him), but today I actually read it for what it was.

ralf waldo emerson

How beautiful. I don’t often read poetry, but I’m thinking that maybe I should.

Emme liked it, too.

emme snow

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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8 Responses to “Unexpected blizzard”

  1. Peggy Said on:

    This post is filled with awesome “Ahhhh…” things.

    1. Your snow. Ahhh! So jealous am I. We have not had 1 good snow this year.
    2. The poem!! Is beautiful! That Bethany sure is talented. …the river to heaven Ahhhh!
    3. Emme. What a great shot! Ahhhh!
    4. Happy Birthday Deborah! Ahhhh!

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  2. Kristi Said on:

    Happy Birthday, Deborah!!!! So glad you’re back in Nebraska, even though you were stranded up in the northern parts for a bit.

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  3. Peggy Said on:

    Speaking of homes, have you seen this show Lauren: “You Live in What?” I can’t find a clip of the show but last night I thought you might like the lighthouse that was bought & transformed into a home.

    Reply

  4. Brad Said on:

    While I was reading the poem, I was wondering what has become of all the students I’ve had who were so good at poetry. Do they keep writing as adults? Or what about the kids who were such great artists? Hopefully they found jobs where they could use those skills. Or maybe they continued to do that in their spare time?

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  5. Deborah Said on:

    Thank you! I made it back to Seward over the snow-packed roads. So I’m reading to start celebrating!

    Reply

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