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Snow Day # 13

 Today we are having our 13 snow day.  That is the most I have ever had, including my 12 years of teaching.

 Sunday night, the girls called us in their room to see their home version of Jump Zone.  Steve thought it was great, I wanted to cry.  I really do try to keep the house clean and straight, but I often feel like a hamster running in one of those circles:  working hard and never getting anywhere.  I know I will be the one putting things back in order.  I do have the girls clean their messes, but they don't know how to organize and make things look spic and span.  It drives me crazy!!!!!  But I am thankful that they love playing with each other more than anything. 
Here is our front porch.  I think they will have school tomorrow, but our neighborhood streets look terrible.  COME ON SPRING!


Tara G. said…
Friend, my boy's room is always covered in Legos! I feel your pain!! We home school; snow doesn't stop us, but we did get a yucky virus last week that had us all down for a couple of days!
Angie said…
My kids have only went to school 8 days since December 20th. They will be going ALL summer long!! I'm so ready for Spring~~~

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