Last year, for the first time that I knew of, our local city school delayed start due to cold weather. Not snow. Not ice. Just REALLY cold weather. We had – like a 4 day stretch of sub-freezing temps. Not ONCE did it get above freezing. And our houses/pipes/buses are not built/designed to handle that … Continue reading The Hottest Political Issue In Town.
We made it back from Louisiana, it was a whirlwind trip and I’m exhausted but it was great. The kids both stayed invisible for hours while they hung out with cousins and I got to actually hang out and converse with adults without chasing Wesley down and begging him to quit talking about farting and … Continue reading Cutting it SOOOO Close…
IT IS STILL THURSDAY SOMEWHERE IN THE U.S. SO I DID NOT MISS A DAY. Quickly! Here are two photos explaining why I (almost) missed yesterday. (I made up that rule. It holds.) A good chunk of my day yesterday was at Wes’s school helping his class make these shirts. It was insane because “Classroom … Continue reading Celebrating Thursdays In Hawaii
We’ve discussed before how I am NOT a “traveler” in any typical definition of the word. I’m a home body and nine million things about traveling give me SUCH anxiety that there is not really any part of me feels like my life will be less without a foreign trip somewhere. However… I heard this … Continue reading A Traveling Post? From Me?
For Hurricanes and Wildfires, evacuation orders are ideally given at least a day or so before the actual event, and you can get a pretty good sense of where it’s going to hit and know where your home falls in danger’s path. With tornados, we luckily get a day or so warning of the POTENTIAL, … Continue reading Tornado Prep