Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Cliche Alive: Casts a Long Shadow


Taken February 12, 2013.

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  1. Looks like we got about 3 inches of snow so not too bad, especially since it is supposed to be above freezing today, a high of 40 tomorrow and into the 50s by the weekend.

    Hoping for a happy hump day for all.

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  2. Thanks for the sympathy, y'all are awesome as always. Mary, thanks so much for the helpful advice -- I actually do have one recommendation for a practice located in a hospital facility, so whenever I decide to dive into this particular site of aggravation again (probably next week) I will check there first. :)

    Meanwhile, we got about 6-8 inches of fresh wet thick snow that stuck. WHEEE!

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  3. So it begins...the snowquester. Not much to look at right now, but we're expecting 5-8". The mimes are closed but open for work-at-home, which is what I'm doing today.

    Looking forward to a quiet and productive day.

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  4. Man, we get half an inch of snow and it's fuhreak out city here. My best to all in Snowlandia.

    ((((maryb))))), I know throughout my iddy biddy heart that not all lawyers or corporate lawyers are bad. I sincerely apologize if I offended you in any way. Politicians just really set my hair on fire nowadays. Offers a cyber pink cherry bourbon rice krispy treat and a hug. (I made some last night and whoo hooo they are good).

    Danni a month or so ago broke up with her boyfriend because he didn't know how he felt about her and she really didn't want to be 'in a relationship', she wanted to be just friends - date and hang out. Well, last night she had him over for dinner and hockey and they sure were all huggy kissy for "just friends".

    Oh and this boyfriend-non-boyfriend is studying to be .. A Lawyer. :)

    2/3 of the garage is cleared!!! Just need my slacker brother to come and get his load. Then I can get the kayaks into the garage and possibly get a freezer.

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  5. Waiting on the snow. Sigh.

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