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Thursday, February 25, 2010

February

WHAT a challenging month! Between tons of snow (didnt mind so much -- it was the catching up at work that is exhausting), getting a stomach bug, car repairs followed by a flat tire (can you say potholes?) and just major discombobulation, I am glad it is nearing its end. Not to say there might not be more - 4 days are left.

I have gotten a lot of reading done (including some pretty interesting true crime), finished a cross stitch heart, visited Meschelle and Crystal. De-hoarded a bit more as well. But I would like to get to a more normal routine if possible in March.

3 comments:

  1. I hear you Terri,
    Between dad passing away, mom not co-operating with us, trying to get my book scenes back on track, the crazy weather, daughter should have her son Cade any day, my husband's crazy schedule, well let's just say it's been a month I would not wish on anyone else. LOL thank goodness for good books, good friends and knowing that February is almost in the rear view mirror.
    Pamela

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  2. You did have a busy month. I hope that March is much calmer for you. It sounds as though you are making great progress though.

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  3. I'm with you! Let's get rid of February 2010! Unbelievable weather and work has been SO demanding.
    Glenda

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