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Life Resumes

No snow. No ice. Looks like this will be the most uneventful winter since being up here. However, who knows...as odd as this weather zone is, there could a blizzard next week! :)

G and I are over our crud. Kim's still got a couple more days to go. Otherwise, G is lovin her ballet class. She's goes every Thursday and twirls around in her tutu. She loves it. Much better than the basketball class she went to once a week. Who knows, she might get a hankering for it but it's all about the ballet right now. I haven't had the pleasure of taking her as of yet - just her mom and Grammie.

Enjoy your weekend...

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