I feel like I'm living back in Oregon or Seattle, sheesh! It was like walking through a river in the parking lot today! And it's supposed to keep raining and not cool down all week. :(
But on to happier thoughts... I was going to call this "A Day in the Life" although it's really a few days. Some pictures of my best friend's kids. Who miss me when I leave and have funny ways of pronouncing my name! Lydia says it something like "Kris-in".
A picture of Brian and the "furnace" he built with his high school boys to try to melt iron before the neighbor lady threatened to call the fire department...
Some pictures of the homecoming football game. Brian didn't believe me when I said we would have a good show at half time... He didn't realize we have like the state's number one pyro living in our town and he always does homecoming, Christmas Eve, and graduation shows that can't be beat!
The Christian school principal is one of the coaches and his son is the #1 fan, and has probably been to all the home games and then some for the last 20 years.
And my friend Kelly, a graduate of the same school where she is now teaching! Go Cascade! Unfortunately they lost the first game in the post season this weekend so that means they are out even though they were undefeated in league. :(
Oh, and it looks like I'm here at the night school more or less indefinately. They like me. If they can find a decent candidate to hire at semester they probably will, otherwise I may be here until the baby is born. I guess I can't complain too much since it pays good and I'm finally figuring out how things work... :)
Thursday, November 02, 2006
Yay! I'm so excited it snowed today! I actually got up early for once and was sitting at my computer when I happened to look outside and lo and behold there were little white fluffy things falling in the back yard! I took some pictures, but then it got a little warmer and wasn't sticking to anything. Hopefully it will get colder tonight so there will be some actual accumulation in the morning!!! :)
Posted by Krista at 6:58 PM