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 No-snow worries?

Just last year I remember specifically how December 2010 was – SNOW, at least on the ground nearly every. single. day. For real! It was a wonderful wonderland of snow. It was melting off the ground around the very last day or two of that month. And then things got really cold around January/February.



Now, one year later, we’ve had a very different December. Rain. Very little snow. And its almost Christmas.



I’m not complaining, I like not worrying about slick roads and freezing temps- but I am a bit old-fashioned. Its not really very “Christmas-sy” in NE Ohio without that white cold stuff on the ground.



But come January, February, March 2012 I’m afraid we’ll get a good dumping of that white fluffy stuff with the works: slick roads, closed roads (too much snow), freezing temps and the need for digging out.

Kind of ironic I guess. I don’t have any snow to worry about and that alone can cause me worry ’cause I expect the longer it doesn’t show up, the worse its likely to be when it does.

Aw, but I’m not worrying. I hope you’re not either 😉

I went back to December 2010 to see what I was writing about.  Among the many posts… It was that month that we cut our cable tv, I wrote about Who Jesus Christ is and Why He came, Brandi told us about Stark County winter bird activities, and I was excited about one of my posts being featured on The Frugal Girls website- it was this craft post. That feature brought me a lot of  visitors for which I am thankful for.


A personal note from me…

Thank you so much everyone for staying on as a reader. I know I post a lot of reviews and topical/advertising-type posts I’m paid to write about (requiring me to research and compose in my own words) and they aren’t necessarily all that interesting to you I assume. But I began blogging so I could earn an income from home that would allow me to stay home and raise my kids and put my family first. If I don’t work from home, I may have to leave home to work and I don’t want that.

I am thankful for everyone of YOU who read my blog regularly, visit occasionally, get my email/RSS subscription, and  follow me on Facebook and Twitter. At my blog I hope you find encouragement, helpful tips, and discover a new product or two you’re glad you found here.

I hope you WIN in one of my giveaways. If you advertise with me- I hope you get a lot of new visits and sales, and if you’ve never heard the truth about how a relationship with Jesus Christ will change your life and eternity forever…I hope you’ll read one or more of  my posts about it  here at the blog!  {Some of my dearest friends and  acquaintances are not believers in Christ and I am praying for you because you’re missing out on the best thing that could ever happen to you in your life that only gets better in eternity!}

And if for some reason I don’t get a “Merry Christmas” post up before Sunday-  Merry Christmas from me!  But I think I’ll get another post up about that before then!

*That’s our cat, Spanky- lounging on the couch under the stockings. Doesn’t he look cozy?

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Tracy Zdelar

Owner/Editor at Hall of Fame Moms
Tracy writes about homeschooling and just about anything related to family life in Ohio here on the blog. Strong honest views will surface from time to time on topics related to truth, faith and freedom. **Check out my notebooks and Bible Memory Coloring Notebook workbooks for Adults & Teens by clicking my name.