Welcome to my little corner of the crafty blogasphere. My name is Vicki and I blog about home*craft and everyday adventures from the heart of the valley in the Pacific Northwest.

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We are having just the opposite weather here in GA- unseasonably very warm weather.Stay cozy! Angela


That's the kind of surprise one handles best if staying home. Glad that your husband turned around. I hope that you had a cozy gift kind of day. (And I hope that the company dinner is rescheduled.)

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Oh my! I'd heard that your part of the world was taken by surprise, and with so much snow. I love snow, but sometimes the timing isn't so good. I'm glad that you all are safe, and warm. Our snow is only supposed to me a little bit, during the transition over to a bit warmer temperatures on Tuesday into Wednesday, and then it will turn to rain.

Take good care Vicki. This sounds like a good cozy Christmas kind of a day.


Jane S.

You got so much more snow in the Valley than we did in the Coast Range! We only had about 2". I read that OSU was even closed and that is something that rarely happens. I'm just glad most people decided to stay home! It's much safer that way. :)


Where is the Valley??? What state are you in? I'm used to having snow here in Michigan but we haven't gotten any yet. Stay warm!!

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