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4/22/13 1:35 P

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Oh Woubbie, I feel for you. Senior stress affects everyone in the family. A year ago I was going through it. Hang in there, this too shall pass - not quickly enough and yet too quickly at the same time. LOL.

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4/22/13 1:35 P

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I really overdid yesterday but it all needed doing! I cleaned house, did errands, and did a TON of food prep. I even skipped the dog walk but I was not feeling so great. My cold didn't get any worse, but this morning I woke up sounding like dude... Lovely.

The weather here is gorgeous! Barely 50 degrees right now, but by the time I get off work it should be perfect dog walking weather. I don't feel any too perky, but I am plodding through some paper shuffing and spreadsheet updating and will be okay to take the boys out after work. Thawed out ground beef for dinner... :)

Glad you all made it through the Senior Project Crisis, Woubbie! Someday these should taper off... :)


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4/22/13 9:24 A

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Good morning, and Happy Monday!

Busy weekend behind us. Saturday wasn't bad but yesterday was non-stop until about 10pm. Older son is finishing his Senior Project documentation tonight, so yesterday, miracle of miracles, he printed out everything he needed so he could fix any problems today at school. And he found problems, albeit very minor ones. (I WONDERED why the deadline was a Tuesday instead of a Monday, lol! The teachers must know that this kind of stuff happens every year and that Monday morning there will be a Deli Line waiting at their classroom doors waiting to get their last minute questions answered!)

Anyway, all that's left for this stage is to print out the pictures of him and his mentor actually doing the project and clean up the things he's asking about in school today. Then, on to the next school crisis!! *sigh*

Have a great day, all!

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4/22/13 8:46 A

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Nothing much planned for today. It's supposed to be beautiful today. Sunny and warmish. In the upper 60s, which is much better than Friday's high in the 40s. But then, I talked to my uncle yesterday and he said they got about an inch of snow in an hour yesterday, so our 40's doesn't sound too bad!

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4/22/13 8:06 A

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My daughter had a great prom! We had fun going out to his hometown! But I ate out and had a steak which caused shall we say quite a bit of a stomach disturbance !
Today going to go walk the go to work!

Be still and know that I Am God! Psm 46:10

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4/22/13 7:07 A

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I need to get out of bed, but James is sleep nursing on me! I have to get my older son off to school. Looks like a nice day here, so I will play outside with James. Try to do some housework. I am so lazy about cleaning.

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