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The Mystery of the Missing Owl: 01/23/05

A week ago I very carefully washed Sean's owl shirt with the thought he'd wear it on Monday when he was home with Ian. When I came home he was wearing his Big Bug shirt. No problem, I thought, the shirt was still in the clean laundry and Sean could wear it on Tuesday. Except when I went to look for it on Tuesday it wasn't there. I've been looking all week to find the shirt. Every morning Sean would ask if he could wear his owl shirt and I'd have to tell him no. Finally last night after staying up until one in the morning I found it, carefully folded up with the sheets that I had also washed last week!

So a week later Sean was able to wear his owl shirt once again. He wore it to Sulphur Creek to see the owls and the eagle, the snakes, the newts, fish and spiders.

Warm Morning:
The new thermostat worked perfectly, coming on at six this morning and bringing the house up to a livable but not too hot temperature. It also kept us from turning the heat on when we didn't need it. Our last thermostat didn't really tell the temperature very well and had a plus or minus three degree range for setting the temperature when we turned the heater on. The new one is far more accurate.

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