I know...it's not officially Spring yet but we've had our Daylight Savings Time kick in and it's like with that we have been blessed with sunshine and warmth and that makes me think of Spring...Finally!
Really though here the only real time we got significant snowfall was what... the last week of Feb?? Off and on for a week and it stuck breifly ( like 1 day ). After the last day of snow I got a text from Salt at work saying this...
Salt: That's it I'm done with the snow! I've had enough! ( She had lived in Fraser Lake for 4-5 years.)
Me: What it's been here on and off for a week, really?
Salt: Yes I'm a delicate flower!
Me: You've lived in -30 weather...your a Pine Tree!
Once Winter hit here, she had her snow tires put on...with studs. We usually have a wet Winter, Black Ice being more of a problem than anything but it always sounds and feels like she's driving on gravel. She likes to say that it's like fairies are applauding for her everytime she rolls to a stop.
No she doesn't need a straight jacket. Well yet anyway.
It's been a rough RRSP season at my new job but I escaped unscathed! Money Hell is over. This makes me very happy!
The kiddies are all trying to decide what to do with their lives.
Bean has decided she wants to be a bartender? Aspiring to get people drunk and increase her tips and fund her snake breeding dream? That's pretty outside the box. I always said she'd be good at whatever she wanted to do and funny enough I can see her pulling that off.
T is thinking about what to do with herself having a baby boy that's walking and starting to talk chasing her around. She'll think when she's sleeping.
Sese is still bouncing between school and work trying to fit all the peices together to find her perfect career.
It's been really crazy here getting back into things, but slowing down so I can get back to my much neglected Writing, Blogging, Instagram and Twitter ect. life as it was before and still trying to get Salt to eat something that she can't fathom in her mouth although...
I did get her to take a shot of Crown Royal Maple! I warned her and anyone else that tries it that it's just like Pancakes in your mouth. She agreed through gritted teeth and a look of pure horror on her face as it went down, that yes it did indeed taste like pancakes in her mouth, with a kick and a form of wrongness.
That was a special moment!