How We Spent Our February Break

Late Afternoon, Back Porch

Drip. Drip. Drip.

Is it raining again?

The snow is melting off the roof?

Someone left a faucet running?

I wish.

That dripping sound? Noses. Every. Nose. In. The. House….Plus coughing, sneezing, fevers…Nasty.

So rather than having fun adventures during the week-long school break, we did a lot of this:

9:30 am, back to sleep

Poor kids. All on the mend now…and back in school. The Adventures will wait.

 

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28 thoughts on “How We Spent Our February Break

  1. What can one say? Sorry this scenario came about – truly hoping everyone almost back to usual ‘naughtiness’ whatever form that may take!!

  2. Ah, you bring back to many memories of when my own were little ones…..seems to me I have a dozen vacation memories in a row with fevers, wheezing and/or the pukes…..Thanks for the reminiscence! Hope that everyone is well now.

  3. Sorry to read that you all weren’t well. Marie. That’s hardly the way to spend a break. I hope that means that you’re all “protected” now and won’t have to worry about another bout for at least all of Spring and well into Summer.

  4. Goodness, Marie, I must send a million (safely long-distance) hugs to y’all. Be well; stay well! The drip-drip-drip *here* today is our latest little ice storm, this afternoon on the heels of yesterday’s 75 degree fake-spring. Whaaaaaaa???? It took us twice the normal time to get back home from Dallas today, and we thought ourselves lucky at that. Now I think we’re luckier yet, ’cause we ain’t got the snots like you poor folk. So I say again, good health to your household, my darling.
    xo
    K

    • With another snowstorm breathing down our necks, I actually took a peek at the Ft. Worth forecast over the last few days…imagine my surprise when I saw that WE were warmer than You on Sunday! Nasty thing, ice storms…glad you and Richard made it home safe in that junk.

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