~Ruth Ann, Northern Exposure
(I love this sweatshirt)
Steph came over for a hair cut. She now has the cutest bangs. And I got to play hair stylist (which I plan to be when I grow up:) Okay this was the second time that she had to stop over because the first round last night was a little lopsided. No worries we got it figured out and it looks so fun.
There were boogers smeared on my bathroom wall, after some of the other kids left earlier this evening. When he told me he couldn't find the tissue I didn't realize he had already taken care of the problem and was merely explaining what I would later discover. I guess showing him the toilet paper was just letting him know for the next time.
The Alaska State Trooper helicopter flew in and landed today. Our State Trooper drops in from time to time generally unannounced and not for chit chat. Though the helicopter flying over and landing is an exciting event, (even I now jump up and run to the nearest window in hopes of catching a glance as it hovers by). Around these parts it also comes with the grave, uneasy question of, what brings Trooper Mike into village today? I never did find out to what we owed today's visit but figure some things are better left unknown anyway.
Being the opportunists we are, Steph and I enjoyed the evening sun and went for a snowy walk down to the beach with our pack o pups. We've got more snow than we've had all winter. We trudged along, half wishing for snowshoes. The dogs had a blast tearing around and the extra dose of vitamin D was greedily absorbed by all.
Anyway, we are almost done with testing. Thank the Lord, then we can get back to school status quo!