What Happened to Spring?

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Last week we were sporting tank tops and shorts. This week? You should have seen the snow blowing sideways yesterday! And we have snow in the forecast.

I am so disgusted!

I should have painted a room this weekend. My daughter wants her room painted orange. Yes, really. I’ve been putting that off…

The Kirby guy blew me off last night. I’m not a sale, I’m only a repair. Both of mine need to be repaired. One is 10 years old. The other one is 20 years old. Why 2? You ever tried to carry one of these monsters up and down stairs? They are heavy! And if you ever want your kids to vacuum, you have to make it as easy as possible ­čśë

I wanted to watch Ali Brown’s episode on Secret Millionaire. I thought it was a really good episode. I think that not only did it change her, but it will change anyone who watches it. You can watch it here – but bring Kleenex –


I’m going to take advantage of the cold weather and bake some cookies and throw them in the freezer so we’ll have some on hand for a while.

How about you? Have you got your house ready for all the stuff coming up? Easter, showers, weddings, barbecues, graduations… Get your house under control

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3 thoughts on “What Happened to Spring?

  1. Debbie

    Hey Carole,

    Just survived the E3 140mph winds tornado here in Sanford North Carolina on Saturday. A dear friend of mine lost his brother in the storm. Please pray for us here in NC. We have a lot to be thankful for, but a lot of people are displaced right now. We lost our Lowe’s Home Improvement Store, Tractor Supply and Big Lot’s stores. We hear there are more storms coming in this week. Thanks for listening.

  2. Carole Post author

    Hi Debbie,

    I’m so glad you are OK. It sounds like your home stayed standing. I’ll be praying that you all can get back to some sort of normal, and that the storms turn out to be nothing to worry about.
    Take care of yourself.

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