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What’s up?

March 24, 2019

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Lloyd’s parents came down for the Lincoln Lutheran Gala on Friday. It was a bit of a rush to get it of work in time to go, but it worked out. The food was good, the company was great, and the auction was…fine. They had several technical difficulties, but it all worked out in the […]

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Off my routine

March 22, 2019

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Sorry for the sporadic and lame posts lately. There’s no big reason for it, other than I’m kind of wiped out at the end of the day. Maybe I need to start writing early. For instance, I just finished breakfast and it’s time to go upstairs to get my stuff so we can get going. […]

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Will this work?

March 19, 2019

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Lloyd and I checked on the progress of a friend’s house on Saturday. He owns a lot of land in the flood plain, but built the land up where is house is. It’s practically on a mountain, so it was quite safe. The wind was blowing pretty hard (this is Nebraska, after all), ao the […]

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Life comparisons

March 18, 2019

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So, Lloyd was gallivanting about in an airplane on Sunday and he also went to dinner and a movie on Monday night. I walked home from work and am out of milk. I think we can all see who has the more glamorous life. (It’s me, in case you were wondering.)

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A little more room

March 16, 2019

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Well, despite the terrible flooding and road damage and general awfulness here in Nebraska, I did get a little job done Friday afternoon. When we moved into the new building, we brought all our old junk with us. We needed a bulletin board for parent information, so we slapped up the little one that we […]

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Thursday recap

March 15, 2019

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It was a tiring day. With the flooding, roads have been closed and staff needed to find alternate routes to work… until they didn’t. I marked that the highway was closed, but apparently an hour later some part of some levee gave way and the water went a different direction, opening east highway 34. One […]

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