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Friday, June 13, 2008

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Thanks goodness for septic alarms! Hope the weekend is dry. Love the harlequin sock BTW.

I'm glad you got to go home - sorry about the bad night, but let's hope the worst is over.

Cute sock!

((((Angie!)))) At least you didn't have poopy again. Even if it was a rough night. I'm sure the kittens were happy too. (no confinement PLUS momma being home)

Stay dry... all of you!

What a smart sock you have. Telling us the weather and all. Cute, too.

Thank goodness you're home. I hope the weather give y'all a break. xo

Last month I finished up the footie from the yarn I won on your blog contest. I do like working with that yarn and didn't have any problem with the stretch. It was interesting.

It's weird to see the benches that normally sit facing the Rock River (in Goose Poop Park) just peaking out of the water, but otherwise Horicon isn't in too bad shape.

We deal with city sewers so we haven't had any problems but they issued an advisory not to use much water for the past 24 hours due to an overload on the sewer system.

I'll jump on any excuse not to do dishes or laundry.

Hope your septic system holds over the next few thunderstorms heading our way. Glad your stuff was in bins though. We only lost a futon that I wanted to throw out anyway.

Last month I finished up the footie from the yarn I won on your blog contest. I do like working with that yarn and didn't have any problem with the stretch. It was interesting.

It's weird to see the benches that normally sit facing the Rock River (in Goose Poop Park) just peaking out of the water, but otherwise Horicon isn't in too bad shape.

We deal with city sewers so we haven't had any problems but they issued an advisory not to use much water for the past 24 hours due to an overload on the sewer system.

I'll jump on any excuse not to do dishes or laundry.

Hope your septic system holds over the next few thunderstorms heading our way. Glad your stuff was in bins though. We only lost a futon that I wanted to throw out anyway.

The storms are starting to crash through here again. Hopefully that means that they have left your part of the country alone. I have a dog in my lap as I type this, it won't be an easy night.

Footies of Job.

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