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I have to admit - the snow late this afternoon was beautiful, but enough already! I want SPRING! I saw today that Daylight Savings Time starts March 9. I hope we are enjoying some spring weather by then. Here's where I'd like to be sitting on a beautiful sunny spring day.Here's the water tower down the street from us.
We did our usual errand-running today. Kaitlin and I did manage to get to the hair salon and there was some cuttin' and colorin' goin' on! Kaitlin wanted to go darker. I really like it. I'm going to have to sneak a picture of her though, as she wouldn't let me take one earlier. I'll sneak a picture soon, so you can see her new glasses and hair style & color!

Corby's KU team lost earlier today. We're watching K-State now. I told him he is not allowed to root against them! If he starts to, he's headed upstairs to watch the rest of the game. Brandon is missing the game because he is working. He'll be headed home on Thursday. Has a couple of concerts to go to - 3 Days Grace with Breaking Benjamin at the Coliseum on Thursday night, and then a bunch of local head-banging bands on Saturday night at the Cotillion. It will be good to see him!

Currently I am reading John Grisham's latest book - The Appeal. Very good so far.

I haven't posted a quote in a while, so here's a good one: "They may not remember what you said, they may not remember what you did, but they will always remember how you made them feel." - Gordon B. Hinckley

Comments

Chris said…
That's a great quote, Linda. And I'm ALMOST ready to be done with winter, too. I love cold weather, though, and it's hard for me to admit that.
Cowgirl said…
i'm digging the new layout :)
Princess Jill said…
I love cold weather cause you can always put on more clothes! Summer makes me sweat...and if you know one thing about me is I HATE TO SWEAT!
Heather rules said…
Glad you posted a quote. I was starting to miss those.

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