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Monday, February 22, 2010

Manic Weather Monday

So, the weather doesn't know what it wants to do. Yesterday was beautiful - in the 40's. We were running around without our coats (I know, crazy, right?) and enjoying the sunshine. Then it got cold again, but not as cold as it's been. They were calling for another winter storm - ice and such - but then that changed to a forecast of all rain. Ummm....It's snowed, sleeted, rained, turned back to snow, then sleet, and now a mix of rain and sleet. I have no idea what's going on. And I heard we're do for another major winter storm, though I haven't verified that information as of yet.
Anyway.
Today was long. And busy. We cancelled our evening plans upon discovering that B and I felt the exact same way at the end of our day. Take the two weekend sick kids into consideration, and well...yeah, it's probably not a coincidence. I have too much to do to be sick, but then, doesn't everyone say that?
It's going to be one of those weeks. Both vehicles need to go into the shop - mine for inspection and his for some kind of wheel bearing issue. Great. We have the usual stuff going on all week, and then my brother graduates from his computer school Thursday, which is cool. I'm happy to go and think it's way cool that he's furthering his education. And that makes me think of K2 graduating in a few months. Well, that and the freaking fortune I just dropped on graduation announcements. Holy mother of cash!
Anyway.
That's enough random for a Monday!
Behave!

4 comments:

Susan Kelley said...

We didn't do the graduations announcement things. Everyone seems to do a grad party anymore so we just sent out party invitations with pictures in to all the friends and relatives. Of course we has a monsoon during my son's party last summer. No thunder so the kids went swimming anyway.

Helen Ginger said...

Sounds like your life is a bit hectic.

Here in central TX, we had snow - big giant flakes for about two hours. Since we rarely get even one snowflake, it was a cause for much celebrating, pictures, and snowball fights.

Helen
Straight From Hel

Victoria said...

I remember that, Sue! We have a lot of out of town family, so we're doing the announcements. Ordered off the alacarte menu though. The packages were too expensive.

Victoria said...

Thanks for stopping by, Helen! It's nice to 'meet' you! :)Yes, life's a bit hectic.
Yay on getting snow in Texas! That's way cool!
V.