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Thursday, December 31, 2009

New Year's Eve and Snow!

We woke up to a blanket of snow this morning! Not what us transplanted southerners want to see, I'll tell you. And gosh darn it - I didn't get to go to Curves! (She says sarcastically.) :)

Since we couldn't go anywhere, the morning was rather lazy. At least for Randy & me. Reagan had picked up a case of pink eye, so Lins was figuring she and Jason were going to have to take her to the doctor's so they could get a prescription. Ugh. Just what they wanted to do in the snow. But, when the doctor called Lins back, she was told the doctor would just call in the prescription to the pharmacy and save them a trip to the office. Wasn't that nice?

While they were waiting to go to the pharmacy, Jason and Randy worked outside shoveling the driveway and the sidewalks. It was a very light snow, so the shoveling was much easier than a couple weeks ago when they had that storm. They were so into their shoveling that they shoveled the sidewalks all the way down past a couple of neighbors' houses. I'm sure they were surprised when they looked out and saw they had clear sidewalks!

The afternoon was quiet as well. Jason & Lins went to the pharmacy and got Reagan's medicine. I did take Reagan out to play in the snow for a little bit. That was huge - I don't like playing in the snow! But, it was fun with her - guess grandkids make anything fun!

This evening we had an appetizer dinner - taco dip, cheese, crackers, crab dip. It was yummy. We also watched "Monsters & Aliens," a very cute movie.

Once Reagan's in bed, we're going to watch a couple more movies, one of which is "The Proposal." I'm looking forward to that as it's supposed to be pretty funny. It will be interesting to see if any of the four of us make it to midnight! :)

I hope each of you have a great evening and pray that 2010 will be a phenomenally good year for you. Until the next time . . .

1 comment:

  1. I think everyone was surprised by the snow! The roads were really bad here because no one thought it was going to snow that much!