Life is not about waiting for the storms to pass- it is about learning to dance in the rain.

Monday, February 04, 2008

And...did you notice, in yesterday's movie, there is no evidence of me ever jumping into that foam pit??? That's because I didn't. I wanted to. But I was worried I'd have to spend the night!!!!

I can envision the 911 call. "Send a tow truck please. We have a hefty 50 year old stuck in the foam pit."

It would certainly have made my Granddaughter's 8th birthday memorable. Almost as memorable as my older Son's 21st Birthday party. I slit my finger with a brand of knife advertised to cut a penny in half -- Most of the party I spent at the emergency room getting stitched up!!! I do learn from experience, so I did NOT jump into the foam pit.

When the athletic 30-somethings work to get out -- I'm not goin' in. Not these days!!! Maybe after I recover a bit more. . . . ?????

I'm still looking to swap spots with SOMEBODY for a week or so!!!

Guess what??? We got two more inches of snow yesterday!!! Yep. That put about 14 inches on the ground. And it was just beautiful. I woke up about midnight and it was like daylight outside. The brand new snow reflected our lone streetlight and the scene was out of a movie. it got to 40 degrees. Our snow is . . . slush. Melted, messy. And with about half of it still on the ground, the warm air creates ground fog. Soupy stuff that's hard to see through. I heard that in Springfield (about 3 hours South) the fog was so thick that the traffic lights that are triggered by sensors couldn't read when a car was there!!!

Now tomorrow, we're supposed to get two more inches. What is up with that????


His Girl said...

come to our house! it's a balmy 50 degrees here!

i'd LOVE your company!

Lisa B @ simply His said...

I wouldn't trade places with you but you could come to my house :) Highs today in the sixties I believe.

And you're not too old to learn how to ride a motorcycle ;) They have motorcycle safety courses at community colleges -- and you don't even have to have a bike to take the class! They provide them :) I bet you'd love it!

truth said...

Oh that does look like fun, though. But how nice to have learned from a prior mishap. (Ouch, that sounds like it was one nasty cut.) I have a daughter turning 21 this month. I'll try to remember not to use knives that can cut pennies in half.

Mrs. Darling said...

Oh, that foam looks like fun!

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