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Mar 26 -- 5 days to Easter and 5" of snow on the ground

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

The weather is warming and we've seen some melting but there's still about 5 or 6 inches of snow on the ground. In some areas, it's over 8 or 9" which is kind of crazy for March. I kind of wish this were a late Easter year because the idea of wearing sweaters and boots for Easter is just not right!
College visits were cancelled because a lot of schools shut down from the winter storm, but we still made it to auditions tonight. My son did pretty well and has callbacks tomorrow night afterwhich we'll find out if he got a part. In some ways I am hopeful but in other ways I'll be happy if he doesn't. We've agreed that whatever the outcome we'll count it at God's will and stay happy.
I'm so queezy and the muscles across my chest are so achy that I don't know what to do. Even my shoulders are achy and the only thing that gives any relief is direct pressure. Shouldn't I be in better shape than this? I only did about 2.25 miles on Saturday and about 3 miles on Sunday! The whole thing makes me sick.
On a happy, happy, happy note I got my first paycheck today!!! It wasn't a lot but it was a lot more than I had before this. I figure I'll make about $5000 this year not counting any money I can take in substitute teaching. Every little bit helps for sure!

If I don't get back on to blog before Sunday, I want to wish all my Spark-friends a Happy Easter. May you be richly blessed during this holiest of seasons and always!

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    That's too bad about the college visits. Good attitude on the part in the play. Happy Easter to you too! It doesn't look much like Easter here in Southern Ontario either.
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    2698 days ago
  • ZRIE014
    you can celebrate with a snowman
    2699 days ago
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