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Snow Day

The girls are out of school today for a snow day, although we have no snow YET!  They are happy to be home and I am happy to have them here!  The girls have been playing school for the past two hours.  They are having so much fun!  They had breakfast with the "kids" in the cafeteria.  Frisco is a student and Sarah Kate has been telling him that he is going to have to go to the office if he does not do what she says.  He is not a very good student.  I am glad for a lazy day, or two.  Hope to catch up on laundry. I hope there are not too many fights between the girls.  So far, so good!  Happy day!     


A.K.W. said…
That's so funny about the cat being a student, I wouldn't think he would be a good student either.

Tracy said…
How cute! We live in the Tulsa area and several schools around us were cancelled. We haven't seen any snow yet either! My kiddos were a little disappointed that their's was not. Enjoy your day!!!
Tara G. said…
I have been praying against this's ruining my weekend plans which include family pictures outside!
Elaine Welte said…
I'm in Tulsa and we had school today. It's 11:50 and the snow hasn't yet hit.

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