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I will be getting up at 3:30 a.m. to catch a 6 a.m. flight to San Diego to be at Comic Con.

This means I will have little to no Internet access until Sunday. I am actually quite happy with this.

So I will be here:



Attending Comic Con:

Kevin Takes My Photo.

See you when I get back!
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Woke up to another 6 inches of snow on the ground...adding to the 4 feet or so that already was there...and the snow is still falling!

We got mail after two days of not getting any so a whole stack of Christmas cards for me was in the bundle of mail we received. Still no packages...and it is going on two weeks without any packages being delivered. This includes one from Alicia! ~waves at Alicia!~

My brother Mark got stuck at the end of the driveway when he tried to back his car out and more drama than that happened when Kaiya got out while Mark and Dad were trying to get his car unstuck. Now the car is unstuck and Kaiya back home.

I am wondering if I will be able to fly out of here tomorrow morning to NYC. I am sure this weather is delaying flights today and it might close the airport since it's heavy snow and people cannot get down their driveways much less on the roads. And again...not a snowplow in site and probably we will not see one for a few days. 

So, the trip may be canceled due to flights being canceled. It's a huge "wait and see". I will wait to pack until tonight because of this...I am a last minute packer anyway so no big deal there.

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I am headed to Seattle this weekend...I cannot wait because I need a break from Spokane. It is working my last nerve.

*heads off to continue laundry so I have clean clothing for trip*
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I started reading "The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle" and am enjoying it. It is a bit strangely written and doesn't really move forward very quickly but, the writing style holds my interest. I am going to enjoy this book I think.

I am up very early because I went to bed early last night. I am now listening to squirrels make noise as they eat sunflower seeds my mum puts out on the deck and to quail call to one another a they wander and feed in yards. The traffic noise on the main street is still minimal due to the early hour and it's fun to hear nature making it's early morning noise for a change.

My brother Mark and his friend Bogdan are coming for a few days and will be staying here at the house. Bogdan is coming to Spokane to talk to some people who own a castle in the Czech Republic about using it for a location in a film he will be directing in the Fall. My dad will be out of town while they are here so tension should be low in the house. I have never met Bogdan so it will be interesting to meet him. 

I should be heading to Seattle in a few weeks if all goes well. My mum is taking Henriette because Henriette's time in the US is coming to an end next month and she has been nowhere else but Hawaii since she has been with us. Henriette's parents are coming for her graduation so it has to be before they arrive. My mum is saying it will be Memorial Day weekend. 

It seems the weather here has jumped from winter to summer. Just four weeks ago we were still getting a light dusting of snow in the mornings that melted off during the day. Now we have 90 degree days happening. It is much warmer than normal for this time of year and we just had no real spring. It also makes me think this summer is going to be blazing hot! Spokane weather is always weird but this year seems to have extremes with no in between when it comes to weather.

And now, off I go to answer an e.mail or two and check in at a few websites.
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Got back from San Deigo last night around 7 p.m. I will be writing it up, downloading photos + posting them, and all here at Livejournal later today. Keep an eye out for that!

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