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Date:10/30/2014 10:31:40 AM
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Arrrrrgh, My computer bit the dust some days ago. I decided to get a new computer instead of spending $200.00 to fix the old one. I think it's a dital plan by computer companies to make the repair so expense that it's more feasible to buy a new one than fix the old one. How did we get so connected to these machines that we can't live without them? I'm still in the learning curve of Windows 7. I'd rather have my XP back but such is life. Change is always the norm isn't it?

We received a skiff of snow last night with the weather person's promise of nine more inches to come before it's over tomorrow. My grandson will most definitely be happy that enough snow has arrived to go sledding. He's beginning to think Grandpa might be telling him a fib about having snow in Nebraska. What a difference from last year. Our snow was so deep we had issues with where to put it when we shoveled. The only place to go with the snow was up in piles over our heads. The weather has been so weird this last year all across the country. What will this year bring? Only God knows what is in store for us.

I'm still trying to bring the house back to order from the holidays. The Charlie Brown tree sits dark in the corner waiting to be bagged and scuttled off to the basement until next year. The disarry of decorations, new toys, and empty six year old play in boxes still reside in the living room. All the Christmas baking pans, cookie cutters, and speciialty made food delights are still lingering about the kitchen and house. This will be a week of bringing disorganisation back into order. Wish me luck with that.
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