Archive | November, 2019

Settled for the night.

November 30, 2019

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Settled for the night.

We had such a nice Thanksgiving. Here is a photo of the dinner, but my Dad was too far out of the frame: We had such a nice visit, but it was very short. Everyone had to get back on the road on Saturday. Keren and the boys needed to get to Salt Lake City […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

November 28, 2019

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Lloyd and I are in Colorado visiting family and it is wonderful. We drove through some potentially bad weather that actually turned out to be done by the time we went through, for which I am eternally grateful! It’s been great. My parents, nephew Jacob, sister and her boyfriend are here and we are relaxed […]

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Exhaustive fretting

November 27, 2019

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CDC implemented a new policy that if local schools have a late start or no school due to snow, we would open at 7:30. That’s all well and good, but we’re having a snow event right now and the local schools are out anyway for Thanksgiving. My director is on vacation, but was still checking […]

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Snow’s a’comin’

November 25, 2019

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Tomorrow is supposed to be rainy and then switch over to snow in the late afternoon. Yay. Double yay. I have a parent-teacher conference that I really need to have but may need to cancel. We’ll just see how this all goes.

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A good weekend

November 24, 2019

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Saturday was delightfully lazy. It was relaxed and not at all busy. Sunday was surprisingly busy. After church, I made myself clean the house a little bit (not enough), Beth and Tara came over to borrow a tie for Tara’s winter formal (winter formal!), then Sam and I went to Lincoln for Brick Days. It’s […]

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In 17 hours this will all be over.

November 22, 2019

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Today is our Thanksgiving breakfast. I’m headed to work in a minute to be there before 5:30 so I can help our cook and get the last-minute things ready. By 8:15 the meal will be over, then the day will start. Then Lloyd and I have a fundraising dinner/auction to go to. Then I will […]

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