February 2008 archive

This is Worth 4:20

If I listen to this style of fiddling, I like it to be Johnny Gimble. But this is pretty darn good, don’t you think?

A Fine Weekend

We had a fine weekend, in spite of the miserable weather.  We went “up North” on Friday night, arriving at M-in-L’s home about 9:30.  She was waiting up, good thing it didn’t take any longer.  If you really care, this is one some people think about the geography around here. ( if you read that …

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A Little Snow

Yesterday, there actually was some winter weather around here. We got ice/sleet/rain/snow on Wednesday night, creating a real mess. Yesterday morning, I spent about 2 hours shoveling what looked for all the world like a frozen margarita off our drive. It wasn’t a lot of fun, but it was good exercise. After a busy rest …

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****Winter Storm Warning

MyCast has thoughtfully sent me yet another winter storm warning. Oh wait, they wouldn’t send it if I didn’t subscribe. I am beginning to wonder why I did subscribe; I have a faint recollection that it seemed like a good idea at the time. Once again, we may get inches of snow, or some sleet …

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Super Story

I got my wish, Eli had a good day.  I know I was the only one in our small living room rooting for the underdog, so I kept it quiet.  How nice for the little guy.  I’ve got a lot to do today, and I have to visit the dentist for fillings later, but I …

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Super Day

Today is the day, finally the last football game of the season (if you don’t count the Pro Bowl) will be played.  The main concerns around here, “What foods are we having?”  That is a family member quote, but I’m not saying who.  I’m pretty sure that Tom Brady will finish the Pat’s fine season …

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So everything on earth is cancelled, schools are closed, and I can see about 4 inches of snow.  It is not snowing right now, at least not too hard.  Traffic on our closest mile road is moving quite nicely.  I notice that last night’s forecast of 10-12 inches was somehow reduced to 4-7 inches this morning.   Just now …

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