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Friday, April 13, 2012

Scrabble Babble

We had a huge thunder storm last night. Woke us all up. Wow! It was wild.
I want everyone to know that I gave at least a third of the Lemon Bars that I baked yesterday to a neighbor... so we didn't eat them all ourselves.
And, did you know that it's National Scrabble Day today. I discovered this when I visited Heidi Ann at Gold Country Girls a while ago.

Also...It's Friday the 13th. Yea!
I think I hear more thunder.
It's raining again... and I'm home alone.
I'm going to pass on posting much today and lay low.
I feel a bad cloud  moving overhead.

So, go play a game of Scrabble,
 and lay low...
Until tomorrow.

7 comments:

  1. I didn't know that there is a National Scrabble Day! Very cool!

    ;-)

    It sounds like a perfect day to play Scrabble or snuggle on the couch and read a book. I just finished the "Hunger Games" trilogy and now I NEED to start something else.

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  2. Hey There,

    We got that storm too! Lightening and terrifying thunder at three in the morning and I couldn't get back to sleep so I'm runnning in fumes...but i'm running!))
    xx
    julie

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  3. thirteen is a change number- just think positive and make it good!
    Thunder is ok, if scary- look how everything grows better afterwards, even better than rainfall alone

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  4. nice...wish i'da known...we love playing speed scrabble...

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  5. I caught up reading all the posts. Ditto on lemon bars one of my most favorite red light foods too. loved everything. talk to you more when i get stronger

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  6. ha...I love storms....and the view you have....delightful

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  7. Thunderstorms can be very scary but it is just part of mother nature. We get them quite frequently here. Have a blessed Sunday. Madeline

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