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Pictures and video from Snow Day II

I uploaded some pictures that Angie and I took of the kids outside playing in the snow. The snow started falling on Tuesday afternoon (2/3) so Angie had them outside after school to take advantage of the opportunity. Of course, by the time I got home they were sick of the snow and were already inside.

But it kept snowing overnight and I didn't have to work so I was able to get out there with the twins in the morning (see previous post). Since Angie didn't come outside with me, it was hard to shoot video of the kids tubing since I was also the designated launcher. But I got a couple of decent vids (see below).

If you want to check out the pictures we took, just click the Picasa photo stream at the top right corner of this blog or click the link in the first paragraph for the slideshow.


Carrin said…
I just have to laugh at your "bowling" form...complete with leg kick at the end!

Oh, and I made my blog private (for reasons you can probably figure out!). I sent an email invite to Angie at her Hotmail account, but let me know if you guys can't get on anymore!

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