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Let this snow continue to fall….
It is a winter wonderland outside right now. The snow is pouring down and the ground and trees are quickly turning white. I’ve got my fingers crossed for a day off from school tomorrow. I went to Michael’s today to get materials to make something for Spring for the front door. I figured that I should be prepared, “just in case.”
I’ve been having computer problems and have not been able to blog. The computer problems are not resolved and I’m hoping for the best to get this post completed before the computer quits on me. I think it may be time to buy a new computer!
Mama came to visit on Friday to join us at the club for the first ever performance of “The House Band.” They are called The House Band because the idea was to have club members make up a band and perform. They put on a rockin’performance and the club had one of the most profitable evenings that they’ve had in a while. I didn’t get a single picture of Mama. She said that with one more glass of wine, she would have been out there with us dancing!
Kevin, John, and Elsie
I love to have John as a doubles partner, but usually Elsie gets him. Elsie and I love to play doubles together. Elsie had a birthday this weekend!
Elsie and Julie singing back-up for “Mustang Sally”. Ride Sally Ride!!
Mama and I went on a tour of lofts downtown on Saturday. Many old warehouses downtown have been renovated and are now loft apartments. The tour benefited the local free clinic. No photgraphs were allowed, but I did find this picture on the web to give you an idea of the places that we saw. We were able to tour eleven lofts. I can’t imagine living in one of them, but I did enjoy getting a taste of what “loft living” would be like.
The snow is slowing down now. Oh no! Do a little snow dance for me. I want to spend Monday with y’all and not at school.