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Snow Days.....

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Well, we are in a blizzard warning here and I'm prepared to settle in for the day with cleaning my house and reading a good book. I remember blizzards when I was a kid - we got so much snow and the wind was terrible.... I would literally jump up and down when the word came that we had 'no school.' It is quite a wonder that I now am a teacher! ....and there are days (shhh - don't tell my students!) that I still want to jump up and down when I hear the no school call. (Of course, I also know there is a price to this days, an upheaveled lesson schedule, hyper kids when we go back, etc.)

I love curling up under a blanket on a snow day and watching the snow come long as I'm OUT of the elements! Nice and cozy....that is until I have to scoop the snow!!

To make today even better, I am feeling better.....I've had the flu bug for the past 4-5 days and it has NOT been fun. I hope to use this day to rest and get further down the road to recovery.

Have a great day everyone! emoticon
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    sorry to hear you had the flu. Hope you're on the mend
    1265 days ago
  • v MSLZZY
    emoticon Funny how snow days mean something different when we are adults!
    1265 days ago
  • v MOM2ACAT
    Enjoy staying cozy indoors!
    1266 days ago
  • v CBLENS
    I remember blizzards in Northern NY where I grew up. I love a good blizzard (as long as you are prepared). Now I'm in VA where we really get snow and the sun is shining.
    1266 days ago
  • v BRADIA
    Enjoy your day then, and I hope you do not have to snow plow a lot afterwards.
    1266 days ago
    I remember snow days too....I went on to be a teacher.....still loved them!! Now that I'm retired and still substitute, I still love them!! Enjoy! emoticon
    1266 days ago
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