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The weather is weird here too, right now it is 59 degrees out. Yesterday the weatherman on Channel 7 called in June-uary, now what will they call February? I am thankful for each warm day we have since I totally don't like winter.
I am sooooo excited (can you hear the excitement?) Well you are probably now wondering why is Janice so excited.....my oldest son declared he is moving out the middle of the month (he is 22) and I started jumping up and down and waving my arms in excitement and saying I am really going to miss you (that might have been a little rude to him on my part) but the exciting part is that his bedroom is the room over the two car garage with a walk in closet and that is going to be my new large craft room. It will be nice to have the closet to store things, and to have my cricut always out along with my sewing machine and a large table to work on and maybe I finally get to set up my knitting machines. I will finally be able to organize everything from ink to paper and be able to find exactly what I need. So if you could all come over and help with this organization process that would be wonderful, I will put the coffee on and bake some cookies for you. And yes I am also excited for him, he is moving into a house with 4 other guys, (I guess I should buy him some Fabreeze as a house warming gift) my son really needs to do this, sometimes he is like a hermit up there in his room playing his video and computer games, he needs to get out and see what it is like in the real world. He needs to learn responsibility and appreciate what we did for him home here, like laundry, food etc. And he is only going to be about 15 minutes away so I am sure he will still be here for dinner since he rides to work with my husband since they work together.
That sounds good for both of you. I don't know about you but the older my boys get the beter I like them. And I liked them even more after they moved out and were on their own. They are great people, just need a home of their own, right?
I am thinking that his moving out will be a real growth experience for him. and I don't mean in height...he is already 6'5". Not only do I gain a craft room but the basement gets cleared of a couch, a chair and a table and chair set plus a box of dishes.
Location: Seaforth, a small town in Ontario, Canada
Wiarton Willy, our closest groundhog prognosticator (Holy cow, that's a long title) said early spring. I'm pretty sure we haven't even had winter yet but I hope he's right.
I started an online lettering and art journalling class with Joanne Sharpe yesterday. So far, I'm 2 days behind on assignments and I'm away tomorrow. Good thing it's a short month LOL
Our local groundhog report.
Georgia's groundhog, General Beauregard Lee, emerged from his Weathering Heights Plantation (in Lilburn, GA) and did not see his shadow Thursday morning.
As a result, the Southeast is expected to have an early spring.
Now doesn't General Beauregard Lee sound like the name of a groundhog that really knows his Business?
Life is short.
Lick the bowl.
Last edited by SybilMcC; 02-02-2012 at 03:09 PM..
Reason: Misspelled Beauregard