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Midweek Musings

Ya'll, this has  been the dreariest, coldest week.  Fifty degrees in May is just a bit much, and don't even get me started on the non-stop rain.  I'm not complaining too much about that because I know that some parts of our country are praying for it, but if it doesn't let up soon I'm gonna have to invest in a family size canoe to get around.

On top of that, there is going to be some kind of weather phenomenon coming up. We're supposed to see something in the sky tomorrow for a few hours.  I think they called it the sun? Haha!

In all seriousness, it's been a slow week around here.  We had baseball on Monday evening and the election last night - that's about as spicy as it gets around here. 

Since it's been so cold, Ellie and I skipped out on practice to stay at home and enjoy a girl's night.  She's just so much fun and can always talk me into something fun.  This week we did our nails!

Tomorrow is a Board Meeting for work and Friday night is supposed to be baseball again, but I hear that the monsoon season hasn't ended.  So, the game is still up in the air at this point.  Like I said, kinda boring around here lately…but that's not always a bad thing.


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