Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Snow, snow, snow.

We're here. Finally.

Only 10 hours of driving with two dogs in the backseat and tons of snow crossing the Michigan border.

The dogs love the snow, we're happy to be with family and it's Christmas Eve. What could be better? Don't worry, I'm not a scrooge anymore. The first sight of snow made me feel all Christmas-like again.

I'm home for a while, so blogging may be slim. Hubby just came in to check on me, asked what I was doing and I stammered... "Um... nothing." He laughed when he saw the website. I stammered again, "I don't want to lose any readers because of my absence!" He proclaimed, "I thought absence made the heart grow fonder?"

What does he know?

Anyway.. if I don't get back to you for a little while, don't leave me! I'll be back full of tales of the kiddies and the same old wit, just after the Holidays.

Wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas.


Kate said...

Merry Christmas!

Lisa said...

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. I am enjoying reading your blog. You sound like an amazing teacher.

Both of my parents were teachers. I knew with my level of patience, that teaching would not be an ideal career choice.

So, what happens is, I give birth to a child who has some problems, including being profoundly deaf.

I have learned SOME patience in the 16 years of being her mom. Still, I could never do what you do on a daily basis. I am impressed.

Mary Beth said...

I hope that you had a very Merry Christmas! Have a safe trip home!