No Accumulation

Mar
2

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Yesterday, I went to a “ServSafe” class–food safety for food managers–apparently I’m a food manager because I have a health department-approved kitchen. I had to take a test and everything. I was the first one to finish, so either I failed it or I’m brilliant! In any case, on the car radio, they were giving the forecast for the next several days. It was the same for every day. Snow but no accumulation. Snow but no accumulation. Snow but no accumulation. The radio guy said, “How can it keep snowing for that many days but no accumulation?” And yet, tis true, it keeps snowing but we have no accumulation.


I want to know where March is hiding, that’s all.

P.S. I am feeling much better. Thanks for understanding. I even let Morgan off duty and did my own chores today.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 2, 2013  

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  1. 3-2
    12:19
    pm

    I was on Twitter when I saw your tweet pop up saying “I feel better”
    It made me smile. So glad you’re better. :heart:

  2. 3-2
    1:26
    pm

    Yay !! Glad you’re feeling better. Now be careful, you don’t need a backset.

  3. 3-2
    9:08
    pm

    Glad to hear you’re feeling better Suzanne. :woof:

  4. 3-2
    10:36
    pm

    YEAH LOOK OUT NOW SHE IS feeling better. Congrats.

  5. 3-3
    10:28
    pm

    Glad you are feeling better! We miss you when we don’t hear from you. Hope all is well and you are on the mend. Best to you!

  6. 3-4
    3:19
    pm

    Have you tried a TENS unit? (Transdermal Electrical Nerve Stimulation) I find that it helps and I have found them from time to time on the internet for about $35.

  7. 3-6
    5:59
    pm

    Just wanted to say that I love the photo of your sweet horse Shortcake. Looks like she’s doing well.

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