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One Week!

"I am super excited to see my grandma and my aunts in one week!"

All of us our very excited for our visitors that are coming next week. I also hope that next week brings good health. I am so sick of being sick. I still have a cold and it is now migrated to my nose. I can't decide which is better - a perpetual cough or a runny nose. Joash is struggling with a cold as well. Yesterday he coughed so much that he spit up most of the meal he had just finished. That only happened once though. So, we are both trying to get as much sleep as we can and doing all of the other stuff you do when you have a cold.

On another note, mostly for my sister in California, we are bracing for a nice bit of snow today. But don't worry, it will probably be gone again tomorrow. Come on spring! We are ready for you.


Joy said…
Yay! Can't wait! Super excited to see all of you too. :)
Joy said…
Oh, and I'm also happy to hear that any snow that fell should be gone soon. :)
Barb said…
I like this picture!!
(but he's such a cutie that they are all great pics)
Aunt Dawn and Grandma are on their
Enjoy & have a great visit!!
Barb Paulucci

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