Saturday, February 28, 2004

The sun and clouds exchanged dominance throughout the day, a few flakes even fell on and off.

Ryan, Paul, Roberto and I had a hamburger and Picadillies at Casey's City Lunch followed by a few games of eight-ball in the back.

Drie did most of the job in the cellar, she has had it with the mice. Silly beggars, if they would only act the part of guests instead of ungrateful housewreckers, I'm sure we could come to an agreement. But it's not to be.

The kids made toy airplanes and sewed Barbie dresses from one of Diedre's old skirts. They do a good job of keeping busy in the winter, in spite of acting a little bit like mice in the upkeep of their rooms and the like, it's fun to see what they make and invent with which to stay happy.

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