Oh. My. Goodness. There is so much snow up here. My kids are in snow heaven. The only problem is we don't have much snow gear. Luckily I brought two pairs of shoes for each kid so they have one wet one and one that's dry.
So, I'm feeling a little like I'm in a twilight zone. Being in California and now in Utah, seeing people I haven't seen in at least five years is a bit crazy. My kids don't know anyone at all except my brothers and sisters, and we just met my brother in law and my sister in law. We saw most of my aunts and uncles last night, and my grandpa. It was a little crazy.
And after my marathon drive across the United States driving to Utah was cake. It was incredibly short and quick.
Matt is back with our house, and yesterday the movers came and went. And everything is gone and packed up. Now he gets to clean and study this whole weekend. Usually I'm the one that has to clean the fridge and the oven, so it's kind of a treat for me to not have to do it.
And Mary Alice, we did not get a hotel room for that last night. (ahem) We managed. But perhaps when he comes back for a weekend here and there we just might do it. And if not, there's always the floor.:)
Even though I'm not a fan of snow, the view out the windows here is pretty amazing. When my kids wake up they are just going to die. I have taken a few pictures of things and will post them when I find my USB cord.
This post is sure boring. But if I don't post fairly often, my fingers start itching to type something. So here is today's offering. Maybe the elevation is affecting my blogging.:)
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