Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Ladies and Gentlemen, we have flooding.

Well not hub and I, personally, thank goodness. Cambridge, VT does though. Lots of it. Enough to close down Rt. 15 and send me on a 7 mile detour through the Notch in order to get to class. At least it's a really pretty drive. The leaves on the trees on that side of the mountain haven't fallen off yet so I get an extra dose of our September colors.

The town basically sits at the base of a few mountains and has a river running through the middle of it, so it didn't really stand a chance. The Boyden Valley Farm & Winery is a mess. Their entire field is a giant pond. They have a corn maze off to the side and you can only see the top 1 or 2 feet of the corn stalks. On the bright side, the cows across the road are OK. Their grazing area is extremely hilly so they only have to deal with a little bit of mud.

Let's see, other news this week: The parakeets have a new (larger) cage and this mop of curls on top of my head that most people call "hair" is finally almost back to being shoulder-length. I've waited over a year for this. Yay. :)

Pretty boring stuff, huh? Welcome to my life.

Time for homework,
Ms. V

1 comment:

Robbdj said...

good to hear about your hair ... oddly enough, I bet I havn't cut mine since I last saw you in person! Pretty crazy, eh?