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Plum treePlum Tree: 02/16/07

Over the last week I've been watching the plum tree grow buds after having been leafless for the last three months. This morning I noticed that the plum tree has begun to flower.

The rain we were told to expect didn't arrive either yesterday or today. Instead the temperature was in the 70s and warm enough upstairs to warrant opening the glass door to let a breeze in through the screen.

Tomorrow morning we will be leaving for a long weekend in Eureka. While the weather here may sunny, rain is predicted for Eureka. We are making alternate indoor plans for our trip just in case it is too wet to see the redwoods.

I'm a little nervous about traveling with Harriet. It's her sleep schedule that I'm concerned with. I'm afraid she'll be too hopped up to sleep and Ian and I will end up taking turns keeping her quiet so that Sean can sleep. Hopefully I won't come home more tired than I am now!

Of course I worried about the same thing with Sean when we took him to Lassen 18 months ago and he was great. Hopefully Harriet will surprise us too.

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