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I'm still here [Mar. 14th, 2007|10:10 pm]

A big tease, apparently, since I have still not had time to post an Oscar Fashion Review, but here nonetheless.

I tried to post an update earlier today, but got knocked off by the weather. That's knocked off, not knocked up, which would be really weird.

It's spring break, and Oldest Daughter is here, and we have been busy. We have hiked the nature trails and picnicked at the arboretum, visited Moody Gardens, gotten haircuts, seen the Rome exhibit at the museum, and watched many dvds. There were even rumors of naps being had. With the exception of the day we had the picnic, the weather has been thunderously terrible. The storms today were especially impressive. March didn't come in like a lion, but it is certainly being a beast now that it's arrived.

Real updates with pics at some point. For now, much snoozing.


[User Picture]From: quaero_verum
2007-03-15 02:05 pm (UTC)
I love thunderstorms.

We lived in Southern Georgia for about 4 years, and very typical in the summers down there are these hellacious storms that make the sky black as charcoal, thunder, lightning, the whole show. And they would just sort of creep in...one moment it's nice and sunny, the next it's dusk-like dark and pouring down rain, with apparently every molecule of H2O that exists on the planet, and then 20 minutes later, bam! It's bright blue skies and sunny again.

I'm one of those crazies that will actually go outside to watch them. ;-)
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From: misty_bay
2007-03-15 11:16 pm (UTC)

Ah...snoozing and DVD's.

God that sounds wonderful. With a thunderstorm? I would love to see a thunderstorm in TX. Isn't it flat land. (hahahahahaha) It would be an awesome sight.

Of course...the chances of actually being struck by lightning are probably a lot higher.

March came in like a lion here, gracing us with 10 inches of snow. Then a nice warm 'spell'. Now...more snow on Saturday. Grrr....give me a thunderstorm ANY day.
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