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On Saturday I installed the Internet my self! And after a phone call to tech support I was up and running. And the very best part was the only help I had was the tech guy that's right Clipie didn't help (he was at work).

I wanted to take a picture of my outdoor Christmas lights however since we are in the middle of a torrential down pour it's not going to happen. I spent the better part of yesterday (after church) working on the outdoor lights. The lights were very hard to work with this year we only did the bushes by the door and around the door. We also spent much time trying to repair the angel that is still not working I'm very sad to say.

I also should have another card on the bitten by the bug site some time this morning.

On Saturday my sister went back home, she was feeling better, her cold was just about gone and it had stopped snowing more that 4 inches at a time making it much more easy to travel. My Mother said she had about 7 inches total of snow, last week (which did melt away) and was due to get sleet all night last night. Have I told everyone How much I love the southern weather? Once again I'm so happy to be listening to a down pour as opposed to sleet. That's a no brainier and 66 vs 39 degrees? Uh yeah, I don't think I'll be moving up north anytime soon.

I promise to post a very cute project here in a bit.

did i say how much I love my new Internet?


Debbie H said…
I am happy with the weather here, too. I hope that the weather is good next week when my mom and dad come to visit. Rochester has been hit hard too, measuring snow in feet already, yuck.

Jackie is home and I am ready to choke her already. It's going to be a long month.

Going to choke DH, too. He decided to "economize" on the tree this year, I could just kill him, but will try not to in the spirit of the season. I guess if you put lights and ornaments on anything it looks OK. I am just glad to have a tree up.

I got Paper Dolls and Stretch your Imagination. They look so awesome! I hope I can try them out before the end of the month, just so busy I can't stand it.

Deb H
Anonymous said…
just get a fake tree on clearence and next year no problems... it's cheaper in the long run.I have actually never had a real tree.a

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