July 2, 2017
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Our little town of Chelsea has grown over the 11 years (11 years!!!) we’ve lived here. In 2006, there were some 4,000 people — now it’s a bustling town of some 11,000 residents. Sometimes, it seems all 11,000 people are … Continue reading
February 26, 2015
Over the past week the weather has been taking us through the emotional wringer with constant threats of snow, none of which ever materialized. Our latest and greatest chance was yesterday. Thankfully, I never mentioned to the kids that it … Continue reading
January 28, 2014
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It has been horribly cold this winter. I’m afraid some of my fantastic little shrubs in the front yard won’t make it, actually. If the high has been in the 50s this month, we consider it a warm day. Throughout … Continue reading
March 1, 2009
And I thought we got lucky last year! Three inches and counting.
March 8, 2008
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This snow receives Hermione’s Stamp of Approval ™!
January 19, 2008
August 10, 2007
I have a Hermione in my lap and she is happy. Earlier today she was fascinated with the trackpad on my laptop. She kept reaching out for it. The computer registered her paw as two fingers so the site I … Continue reading
December 28, 2006
It’s 33 degrees in Chelsea, Alabama. In Chicago, Illinois — where I am — it’s 36 degrees. What the hell? I came up here for some good ol’ Northern Winter Fun Time and it’s warmer here than it is at … Continue reading
September 9, 2006
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Hey . . . it’s GAMEDAY!!! C’mere, puppy, sweet puppy . . . BAM! But I probably ought to write about more than playing Miss State. Hmm, what to write . . . I just woke up from 12 hours … Continue reading
November 14, 2005
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Woo, what a game on Saturday! It was as tense as the LSU game, but with a better ending. This next Saturday is the Iron Bowl, and it’s gonna be a good one. I’ve got my ticket, do you? __________________________________ … Continue reading