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January 29, 2014

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I've been thinking about you. I am so glad you and your whole family are safe and that your friend didn't go into labor. I am so thankful for those teachers who had to usher so many student through such a very scary experience. I don't know what I would have done as a parent. Well, I would have waited it out like everyone did, but I would have been so terrified.

As a seasoned Minnesotan who has driven hundreds of miles in heavy snow conditions and currently has a 15 ft snowbank piled up at the end of her road... that sounds absolutely terrifying. Even with all the plowing and salting and sanding and experience here, I HATEHATEHATE winter driving and have never come close to having an experience like you just had. I'm so sorry that happened and glad you are home safe, friend.

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