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Another Snow Day

Seriously. We are getting to the point where we can't handle a full week of school. I have stopped working much farther ahead then the next days lesson plans since it is hard to know when the next day will actually be. So today was full of a lot of non-school and fun stuff. Oh I take that back. I did finish up a novel for school, but for me, that is pretty fun. Here is what I did:

Slept in.
Made some cards, took pictures of them and posted the pictures on my card blog.
Got our tax stuff together for our tax return.
Finished a book that I was reading for fun.
Spent some time on the computer on Facebook and Stumbling around.
Played some on-line games.
Watched an episode of Cake Boss (not nearly as good as Ace of Cakes, I always skip over the parts when he is yelling).
Walked to church to drop off some stuff, the post office, and the library.
Read another book (yes, a whole one. It was a quick read and a very engaging story.)
Worked out.
Had some nice meals with my husband.

And soon I will be going to bed. It was a lovely day. But, we need to have some days of school, otherwise this whole quarter will be pretty worthless.

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