Monday, June 22, 2015

Tattle-tales, water pails, and the rest

Merry Monday! It was a dark for a bit at the ol' office today. Thanks OG&E. We're back up, and I'm back from the weekend.

You know I won't spoil all the fun on Monday, but I'll let you know a little...

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Let's give them something to talk about...

I got relationship outed on Facebook this weekend. Not that I hide anything, but I don't advertise my personal life. We were spotted together, being a couple. OH NO!! Hahaha. It's more comical than anything that it even became the subject of discussion.

So, blog readers, it's true. I have a BF. My very own. A BeardFace. Yes, you heard it here, but maybe not first. I'm sure some of you had figured this out already, and I appreciate you not asking questions. I may let on a little more as time goes on, but we bloggers have to keep some parts of our lives to ourselves. Plus, who really wants to know about the mushy stuff? Gross.
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 So much rain

It rained buckets again yesterday. We had no power during church service, but we worshiped on. Much of the area flooded again, and the majority of over-water bridges were closed temporarily. One is closed for a while...
 This is highway 78 over the Red River. Sunday (left) and Monday (right). So... we're pretty good on rain.
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The wrap-up

It was a super productive weekend. 3 projects off of the list. A good workout done. Some yummy food eaten. And one awesome nap.

I'll be back tomorrow with my report on all the things done, as per usual!
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How was your weekend??

2 comments:

  1. For me, the scariest part of all this rain is the risk of surprise sinkholes. We'll be dealing with those for a while. Good luck all!

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    1. We have a few around here. We saw one near the practice field at the high school. Since you never know where they'll happen, we'd better have good insurance!

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