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UPDATE: Yes, It’s a Snow Day

I should write about flawed predictions more often. Today is a snow day after all.

Strange. I’ve heard the advice before: “Write it down. Make it happen.” Did I do that? Sure, I’d like to think so.

PaxandTheNest

In the meantime, I have the day to read. The Nest has been on my desk for a month, and I just received Pax in the mail.

Maybe I’ll shovel later. (Hmm…)


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SOLSC Day 23: Poor Birds!

Slice of Life Small LogoThank you to the ladies at Two Writing Teachers (www.twowritingteachers.wordpress.com) for hosting the March Slice of Life Story Challenge!

Poor Birds!

I left school today depressed because of all the snow on the ground — again! Walking out the front doors, I looked and saw…some really FAT robins, hopping around in the parking lot. Poor birds! They must be so confused!

Poor birds in the snow, freezing

stupid snow again

When will we get back to spring?

BirdsinSnowyMarch

BirdMarch

Then I thought about something my mom said a long time ago; God will provide. So true! My depression turned to hope. If God can take care of these obviously needy birds, and he provides us a nice, warm home, then what do I have to do? Turn my frown around!

That’s just what I did!