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Father's Day!

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Looking forward to spending Father's Day with Hubby and Son!!!
Haven't decided yet what to make for the Special Day!

Also planning on getting in some more excercise this week, and really watching what I eat and accounting for everything! Hopefully we'll start getting some nice summer weather and the rain slow down just a bit. It's just not the typical weather for Idaho to be raining all the time and every day of the week! If it doesn't soon subside a bit I'm going to start quacking and getting webbed feet...hahaha! Just kidding, the rain has really been nice for the yard and not having to move the sprinklers! And especially not having to deal with a high water bill. I turn on my sprinklers and I can just see the silver dollars falling in every drop that falls!

Have a Wonderful Week to Everyone~!!!
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    Gosh! WE had our first snow storms last night and today. Accumulated approximately 1" inch. I'm just not ready for winter, but i think it's trying to get ahead of Fall...hahaha! I'd like at least a couple more camping trips before it really starts flying and sticking. It's supposed to be warming back in the coming week, but I won't hold my breath...hahaha! This is Idaho..."If ya don't like the weather, just wait 10 minutes and It'll change!"
    4032 days ago
    good luck with the exercise i've been chasing raindrops here in new england it is good exercise. emoticon emoticon have a nice weekend.
    4138 days ago
    Glad you've been saving money with all the rain waterning your lawn. BUT, I do hope it lets up soon so you can enjoy summer!! I'm not sure what to make today either but i'm going ot enjoy the day. You make sure you do the same and have a great one. You're such a good friend and I can always count on your to cheer me up.

    4138 days ago
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