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Friday, February 4, 2011

snow and sofia

First, the snow.

This is my boot that I love so well...

This is my boot in the snow that we got during Snowocalypse 2011. It is a smidge deeper but the snow compacted a bit lol.

Beautiful snow. Yippee yahoo.

Annnnyhoo, here is a pic of Sofia, our Chinese student, with the girls at On The Border's the day the snow came.

It was Chinese New Year and, because the snow, the schools were closed, so the festivities were cancelled. Sofia was in tears because she was feeling very homesick and this was her first time away. It was especially difficult because she was here during a festival that means so much to her country. We took her out to lunch then shopping to try and celebrate it at least a little bit. She cheered up and I didn't feel so horrible for forgetting it was the Chinese New Year. I remembered it was St. Brigid's Day, but not Chinese New Year. Oops.

Tonight, Don and the girl's are going to the Piston's game and tomorrow we are heading to Frankenmuth. Right now, I just wish the two youngest would shut up for five minutes so I didn't have to hit the backspace so often. They just keep talking and talking and talking and talking and talking and talking and talking and talking.....

See why Don is going...and I am not lol??

Peace, Love and (oh blessed silence) Zombies \IiiI


Magaly Guerrero said...

It seems that thing are going wonderful, and snowy. Things are icy and busy on my bit of the world.

bingsy said...

I was very sentimental at that age, and even though I wasn't very close to my family I cried a lot in college at the very thought of not being able to be home for certain events.

I think her reaction is natural, i.e. you shouldn't feel bad about it at all as it is not your fault, but unfortunately not much to be done about it, especially with the snow.

Sophia looks really happy to me in the pictures, and your girls do too!