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Snow In April Brings Tornados In May

Yes I know it doesn't rhyme, but it is true. I woke up to this today..



You can't tell but it really is snowing and it continues. This picture was taken a year ago.



I'm not sure global warming exists anymore.

This past weekend I finally made the trip back home for Easter. It didn't feel like I hadn't been home since Christmas. After awhile it didn't feel like I had even left. Although it did feel that way, things seemed different. Places I used to hang out at are closing down and my friends have new friends. I'm still close with everyone, except their lives are different from when I left.

I learned to crochet again for the third time. Grandma taught me to make circles. I made mine into a fortune cookie, complete with it's own fortune.



It feels like summer is never going to come.

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Anonymous said…
Global warming still exist its just that El Nino is in our atmosphere this year and is causing all this weird stuff

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