We’re in the middle of one of those nasty spring storms that blows through North Dakota expectedly, unexpected. After a weekend spent celebrating the marriage of one of our best friends, Husband and I crawled back to the ranch with blood shot eyes and sore muscles from dancing just in time to flop on the bed and watch the wind blow the snow around.
The roads turned to ice and the brown grass turned white and the geese wondered why the hell they ever came back.
That’s sort of what I was thinking really. Like, maybe I should have just kept drinking and dancing and singing 80’s rock songs at the top of my lungs until this March turns to July and we’re out of the winter woods.
If I were a superhero, that’s what I’d do. I’d just turn up the music and pour some margaritas for the world until there was enough crazy dancing, laughing and ridiculous stories to warm us all up and forget about our winter blues (and all those other worries this place has) forever.
Turns out I’m pretty good at this whole superhero invention thing.
Anyway, I know it’s snowing in other parts of the country and maybe some of you even got to stay home from work or school to wait it out. If you did, I hope there was dancing.
Me? I got to stand in my muck boots in the basement with the shop vac sucking up what I like to refer to as just another little “septic issue.”
I tell you what, I could sure use that other superhero right about now, fart gun and all.
Coming Home: Adventures of Sock Boy, Crazy Aunt
by Jessie Veeder
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Love, love the photos – a good time had by all!!!