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Sunday Reflections – 21 April 2019

Sunday Reflections – 21 April 2019

Happy Sunday! We made it through the worst of the competition season and have one more competition to go before the regional season finishes. I can’t say that we came out unscathed, as I developed a severe sinus infection midway through the last two weeks that...
Sunday Reflections – 7 April 2019

Sunday Reflections – 7 April 2019

Happy Sunday! I have no idea what the weather is like right now other than looking at my weather app because Holly and I have been inside all weekend long. It is always discombobulating to enter a building in the early morning and leave late at night when that...
Sunday Reflections – 31 March 2019

Sunday Reflections – 31 March 2019

Happy Sunday! After some beautiful, spring-like temperatures, we are back into somewhat colder temps that make it difficult to spend any time outside. The sun is shining though so at least we are enjoying that, and the ground is getting a chance to dry out a bit. I...
Sunday Reflections – 24 March 2019

Sunday Reflections – 24 March 2019

Happy Sunday! We experienced a rare weekend at home with little to no dance, and I loved every moment of it. The sun was shining yesterday; we can see the year in all but the areas that contained the largest snow drifts/piles. We did not have to set any alarms. Even...
Sunday Reflections – 17 March 2019

Sunday Reflections – 17 March 2019

Happy Sunday! I am taking some downtime during this competition weekend to get back to writing finally. It may not be one of the ten reviews I need to write, but I am taking the time to write something to take that first step towards getting my life back to normal...
Sunday Reflections – 17 February 2019

Sunday Reflections – 17 February 2019

Happy Sunday! ***excuse me one minute while I scream*** Holy shit; this month has been awful. My coworkers are blaming the massive shitstorms at work on the month. I don’t know what is different about this month versus February in year’s past, but I am one...