Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Treasures of the Snow

Well, yesterday we finally got our snow, 3 inches, but it started to sleet later on so we decided just to do our sledding today since it was calling for more snow. But of all things, when we woke up this morning, we found it not to be snowing, but raining. And thus it continued for most of the day, leaving us with , as Katie says," the slushiest, nastiest mush ever seen in the heavens above, the earth beneath, or the waters under the earth."

Our house looks much better with snow in the yard than huge puddles.

Several years ago Aunt Audrey gave us a First State Quarters of the United States Collectors Map. It's taken us many years of hunting through the cash register during blueberry season to find them all. But today we finally finished it. A friend gave us Hawaii this afternoon.

We went bowling this afternoon. I got beat by a 7 year old. 101 to 84. I was utterly embarassed. And then Ben had to come rub it in that he had gotten 120 pionts in his game. I do much better with soccer balls than bowling balls. Oh well.-Hannah

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