Because I know a little of everything, but not a lot of anything.
So glad to see you back... he's in his tower - keeping watch. So cute. I love the paci in his mouth.
He is so funny!
Yes, we're good here. We live up in the hills, so we're not getting the flooding. Craig works near the river, right by the dam, but he's still able to get to work.Our ward has been safe so far--just a few flooded basements. I haven't heard much more about the Stake....we're mostly staying at home.I did go to YW Presidency meeting this morning, and drove along the river. It was crazy! Where there were islands there are now just tops of trees. There are some flooded streets, but none that we had to traverse--mostly side streets right near the river. Those are evacuated, closed off, and being guarded by the National Guard.Thanks for thinking of us. If you need to reach me my email is my first and last name (no dots or underscores) @gmail.comHugs for Rae and Emma!
Do not ever get C together with Bek's cub. They will dominate the world. Anything we can do to help with the mud? Let us know--my Maids are always needing a service project!
Oh no!! I have been watching the news and I feel so sad for all the folks in the NW. It STINKS to clean up from a flood (literally and figuratively).I have a little one that can hide like that too. That could be trouble. Good to see you blogging again.
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