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Sunday, January 31, 2010

2-4inches


that was our forecast...they were wrong.
Marylanders lie about the weather. Everyone told us "it NEVER snows here", then they say "well, last year it snowed a foot in March and school was closed in Jan and we had a white Christmas...but it doesn't stay" and the year before that....
We had a good day yesterday. Cleaned, played, watched movies.
Today we will have a family church meeting, play, watch movies, take a walk in the snow, make vegetable soup and this morning I succumbed and made pancakes:)
I am reading the cutest book "The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society" it is a sweet story, has clever writing, I am laughing out loud several times a chapter at a clever turn of phrase or funny saying, and I love the voice. Tori, you would love it.

10 comments:

marcia@joyismygoal said...

oh fun church at home wow and I got thaat book for Christmas I have to read it

Debby said...

I just bought that book. Another friend recommended it. Glad to hear you are enjoying it while "snowbound".

matt and michelle ray said...

Yes, I was thinking the same thing about the whole "It never snows here!" I keep hearing. For a place that never snows, we sure are seeing a lot of snow this year! Keeping my fingers crossed that they get it all clear for school tomorrow!

utmommy said...

Is that S's car?

nikko said...

Well, we've had a pretty cold winter here in TX, too!

Enjoy the book. I loved it!

Dani said...

poor millie doesn't have a coat, isnt she cold out there?

The two old crows said...

This is our 5th winter here and this is the worst it has been. It hasn't been this cold for this long and hardly any snow and it didn't stay very long.

Tori said...

What a coincidence! I happened to get that book for Christmas. I did enjoy it and did laugh out loud at several places as well. Made me want to go to those islands and see what they are like in person. Of course I have that reaction to everything...Miss discussing books with you. Can't you just tell Lockheed to hurry up and let you come back to Texas where you belong? Emma and I watched a BBC period piece (4 hours long!) on Friday. "North and South". NOT about the civil war, but about England. Not quite Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy, but enjoyable. Save it for your next snow day.

The Texas Bakers said...

I loved that book! All your snow pics are making me kinda homesick. Kinda.

Yvonne said...

That is a whole lot of snow.

I need to go through and make a list of the books you've recommended. On these cold, cold, days I should pull out a book and stay off the computer.