Tuesday, March 23, 2010

March 23rd, 2010

Some of my friends that I found online a long time ago have returned to blogging. Their names are Spaulding and Teddy. They had their very own website. They had a blog on a place called Bravenet, but have moved their blog, here to blogger. Mom says that technically they still have their own website, but I’m not computer savvy enough to understand such things. I’m glad that they’ve returned to the blogging world! They are one of the reasons why I thought that I could blog! I just wanted them to know that I would be glad to play their role-playing game, but I cannot comment on any of their posts!

Things have been pretty quiet around here. Mom has been suffering from something that she calls laryngitis. It has made her voice sound funny! Sometimes, she can’t talk at all. This doesn’t really matter much around here—since we don’t really do a lot of talking. At work, it’s been mostly causing her trouble on the phone. Her mom says that it will go away soon. For Mom, I hope it does!

tn_2010-03-21 Wisconsin in Spring (4) Spring has definitely decided to stay a while for Wisconsin. The trees are beginning to bloom, and the birds are returning. My friends and I are bursting with energy and we all want to go outside! When Mom is gone at work, we’ve been discussing what we want to do outside. The girls want to lie in the sun, but most of the boys want to climb trees! Some of the apple trees in the front yard are low enough to the ground that we ought to be able to get up on our own! (With Mom supervising, of course!) When I tell them about how scary it was to be so high up in the tree they scoff at me, but when they get up there they will understand!

4 comments:

  1. I hope your Mom feels better soon and you both can enjoy spring.

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  2. Hope Mom is better soon. Take care climbing those trees!

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  3. I hope she gets well soon. Enjoy the spring and also Easter! :)
    Hugs! :) lovly pics.

    PS: Take care climbing, I don't want you hurt.

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  4. In Dutch we say: Beterschap! When someone's ill. So Beterschap for your Mom!

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