By: PugetSoundPost , 3:03 AM GMT on January 07, 2014

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January 31, 6:45 AM
Rainy Week

Just after I wrote on the 27th about the sun we had, the sun left and rain returned. And now I am a bit behind on that curve too. It is raining lightly right now and 40 degrees, but after this morning it will probably fade away and it looks like a drier, cooler, pattern is setting up going forward, with some chances of showers too in the days ahead.

Since the 28th we have received 1.42" rain, with well over an inch of that in one day. This rain coming so late in the month has boosted our monthly total up to a bit more respectable total - well over 4" now, but we are still behind the average.

Looking forward to the Super Bowl on Sunday!! It has been nice to have something in this area that EVERYONE can rally 'round and support and not the usual divisive topics that just aggravate. Seahawk Fever is running at a very high temperature right now and everyone, from big corporations to neighborhoods everywhere are getting in on the fun and spirit. I think this is a good thing that comes from this event and having our team participate. Just think of all those loud, crazy fans in the stands that you see on TV and spread that fever over the whole state! Go Hawks!!!

January 27, 7:30 AM
Sunny Spell

For most of the last week we have been under a welcome spell of sunshine! At least for part of the day anyway. Often starts with a foggy morning, just like this morning, but has been clearing into nice blue sunshine by afternoon. Today should do the same, but, it will be a last day of it in this run. Accordingly, the temperatures have warmed up too. We have been consistently hitting 50+ for several days in a row now. The most spectacular was late last week when we climbed all the way to 58! Very nice and I think gave everyone an early taste of Spring Fever, but only a passing taste, soon to be washed down by a return to rainy chances (actually we need this in our diet now!) and certainly more pervasively cloudy days. Oh well. Not even February yet.

Yesterday the three of us did a rather silly thing. It was a beautifully sunny afternoon and we haven't been particularly anywhere in a long while. So to "get out and enjoy the sunshine and fresh air", we took a drive up to Snoqualmie Pass in the Cascades. The summit is about an hour's drive for us. I've heard recently that while we here in the lowlands have been under a temperature inversion and so much fog, the mountains were gloriously bright and warm for much of that time. And, I mistakenly thought the sunshine yesterday was just all over western Washington. Should have dived deeper into WU before leaving. As we were approaching the summit, we could see a deep fog bank literally just at the mountain crest but not venturing any further west onto our side. As we got to the summit, we were in it. The fog was not low and dense - our visibility was fine - but it was hanging in the air higher up and certainly obscuring the mountain peaks. I was hoping for some great photo ops of the peaks with whatever snow they have and just some nice winter scenes. Instead it was back to the dreariness that we were sort of escaping, although not really, as it was quite sunny back home! And, it was much colder than somehow we expected too. Right around the Pass it was 24 degrees and hovered in that range the whole time we were exploring the area. We had lunch/dinner in a restaurant at the summit and then wandered around in our car, looking for open backroads and photo-worthy scenery. They were skiing at the summit. Apparently enough snow for that, but overall the snow totals in the mountains are really LOW for this time of year. If this snowpack doesn't improve, it looks like low water issues ahead by next summer for us.

We were unable to really find any roads to do much with. Many of the backroads are just closed and unmaintained (i.e. not plowed) for the winter, and the few that they do maintain are reserved for snowmobiles only, but the snow is so low (many of these roads are snow covered, but not very deep, and groomed) that it really does not look like it is worth any snowmobiler's effort or interest. There were just about none out on a prime winter Sunday afternoon. So without a snowmobile or skis, there wasn't a whole lot we could do (we would have ventured up those snowy roads if allowed) and we didn't have a lot of time anyway, needing to be at an evening meeting back home. It was mostly an adventure to get out and enjoy the sunshine. Ha. We inadvertently ended up back in the clouds and fog and should have stayed right at home to enjoy it, or gone another direction. Oh well, we have seen the mountains more up close for this winter.

I did take this photo yesterday. It is on the eastern side of the Pass and crest (the drier side), so a bit below where the heaviest snowfall would be at best. But, this is just down the road about a half mile from where they usually are doing so much snowmobiling. In a more typical year, this area would be under feet of snow. Not so far this year. It was better in other nearby areas, but still way below normal. This dry fall and winter is very evident in the mountains. Right after this photo we headed for home. Once we were a short ways down the western side we were back into sunshine. My best photo ops were of the late afternoon sun on the patchy snowy peaks along the interstate as we whizzed by. Not really a dream photographic outing. No place to stop and so no photos. Well, nothing ventured, nothing gained. But it still was nice to get out of town a bit and see something different.

January 24, 7:45 AM

I wish there was more to write about regarding our weather! Not much is happening. Variations in the amount of fog/clouds and now a nice new spin is the addition of more sunshine in the afternoons. So I can write about that. We have had more sunshine lately that has been very pleasant. Yesterday was clear and brighter for much of the day and it reached 50 degrees for the first time in awhile. Today may be even a bit warmer. A pretty sunrise will be giving way to mostly sunshine sooner than usual. No rain till maybe next week. It has been such a long dry spell this winter. The days are noticeably lengthening and the sun has a bit more strength and brightness. We have moved a month away from the Solstice and it is noticeable now.

I am trying to get back into the swing of home projects that were pretty much put down when the holidays started rolling in, my son was leaving, etc. Things are a little more settled for the moment and I am getting back into sorting things and trying to eliminate "stuff". My first focus is on sorting down my Christmas decorations. I have too many and too many boxes, so I am taking the time now to go through them carefully and make meaningful decisions to lighten the load. This has been put off a few years and this time I don't want it to slide another year. It is some easier now as I look at it more objectively than I probably would in the height of the season. I'm more anxious now to just "get rid of stuff".

Oh, signs of spring are already appearing! My tulips are poking up out of the ground already. They won't bloom for a long while, but they are stirring. And the way time flies it really won't be "long" and they will be displaying their pretty little faces.

January 18, 12:40 PM

A cloudy day but the sun is trying to break through a bit. There is less fog today, sure has been foggy lately. That is kind of the theme of this season. So far that has been our only real weather "activity" this fall/winter. In honor of that, I will put up a photo I took yesterday. My son and I took a little trip through the countryside yesterday later afternoon. We followed along the Snoqualmie River, in the fog. It was dense fog in places, yikes. And cold and drippy standing out in it. Very January.

My oldest son is gone now; he safely made it to Nicaragua, although we have heard only that he made it and no details. He has a lot of work cut out for him ahead. Life is already different around here, even though he has been gone a lot (in and out, including trips) from the house for a long time. But a whole new mindset for me.

January 13, 7:20 AM
Changes Again, and Some Are Big

The weather pattern did change and rain came in. We did have a few wet days and one that was extra stormy, on Saturday. Anyone who saw the Seahawks game on Saturday got a glimpse of it. We had an inch of rain that day and a lot of gusty winds, along with at least one nearby thunder clap. Since last Tuesday we have received 2.39" rain, with a good portion of that coming on Saturday. Now we are heading into another drier pattern for the rest of the week. I am thinking that January is going to come in below normal for rain, continuing the string of months since October that have been this way. A persistent ridge of high pressure offshore is really bottlenecking us.

A very busy week ahead as my oldest is leaving us for a year+. And, not in a small way. He is moving down to Nicaragua! It is time for him to do something like this and move beyond our house (he has been busy with things forever, but always living here) but funny how after this long wait, it isn't a move across town. He will be managing a missions project for our church in a small village. It is more of an administrative position, being the "man on the ground" there to coordinate the transition of control of a school we (our church) started several years ago, among other things, to local control. The challenges are great but he has a skill set that matches the task and this is a good opportunity for him. It is an exciting time and also that crazy time of saying good-bye and also making sure he takes the right things and is ready to go. I am feeling like we are behind and need about one more week that we don't have. He leaves Thursday night. He just got $600 worth of shots on Friday! And yesterday I had the whole family of our kids and SIL gather (7 of us) for a studio family photo to be taken. I can see that getting us all together in one place again could well be years away - others are beginning to scatter widely in a few months too. So, for today and the next couple, a lot to do around here.

January 8, 7 AM

Changing Pattern

Anticipating a pick-up in the weather activity beginning today on through the next several days. The offshore ridge that has kept us dry and dull for so much of fall/winter has temporarily moved east, so the door has opened for westward moving systems to zip in off the ocean and over Washington. We need to take advantage while we can.

We started it all yesterday with that half inch of rain, but tonight a stronger, windier front will come ashore. Then another one, although weaker than tonight's, will arrive tomorrow, then Friday into Saturday looks to possibly feature the strongest of the bunch, with a deep low pressure making landfall along the coast at some point in our greater region. Exactly where will make big differences on the impact we have, but it looks like wind and rain are coming.

I will add a recap of our 2013 weather into this section, before more time passes and it fades further behind us. It is funny how quickly the old year becomes "so last year". Here are a few highlights from my data collection on the year:

2013 In Review:

Highest Temperature: 94 (Sept 11)
Lowest Temperature: 15 (Dec 7 and 8)
Wettest Month: January (6.27" rain)
Driest Month: July (.02")

Total Snow for 2013: 2.75"
Total Rain for 2013: 32.79"

Just to compare rainfall totals, here are the yearly totals for the past few years:

2013: 32.79"
2012: 49.13"
2011: 34.82
2010: 43.85"
2009: 37.19"
2008: 30.99"

2013 was second driest during this stretch of years. Quite a swing from last year! It did feel pretty dry this year, with long stretches of really nothing. At this time of year we always wonder what will this new year bring? We just don't know, and often that is a good thing.

January 6, 7 pm

The second week of the new year is upon us and so I'd say that 2014 is well underway. Life is returning to some normalcy for anyone with kids. Although mine are beginning to fade from the school calendar leash, I do have two starting winter quarter at university today. Only two quarters to go for one of them, two+ years left for the other. Mr. PSP returned to work today after an extended break and it has been a busy one. We accomplished a lot over the last 2-3 weeks at home on a lot of different things. Some highlights include purchasing a new sofa set for our living room! The old set was 17 years old and well worn! It is so wonderful to have something new! And it reclines - figured at this point of life something comfortable and practical is just what the doctor ordered. Of course bringing in the new set required us to clean our carpet too - something we waffled a bit on wondering if we had enough time, etc, but once the old set was out, the carpet was screaming to be cleaned. By then it was the very last minute, so we rented a machine and did it ourselves. With all of this, plus putting away Christmas decorations, the house has been torn up and disorganized lately. It is better now, but not really finished. I think I need a new boost of energy to tackle the rest, perhaps tomorrow. I think all of the holidays, projects and off-kilter schedules have caught up to me and today has been a bit slow for us.

Does anyone out there watch Downton Abbey? We do and were happy to have the new season kick off last night. A nice break and change of pace for something fun to watch that makes you care and be interested.

The weather has not been anything much to write about. Another spell of fogginess last week, giving way to cloudiness, then sunshine over the weekend, which gave way to quite frosty mornings. Now rain is on the way for the rest of the week, at times, but it doesn't sound like too much excitement with it. Today has had increasing clouds and it has been chilly. The high was 40 but during a mid afternoon walk with my neighbor it was in the upper 30's. The dark and chilly air surely does feel like winter. It is well underway.

December in Review:

Average High: 42
Average Low: 31
Coldest Temperature: 15 (Dec 7th and 8th)
Coldest High Temperature: 32 (7th)
Warmest High Temperature: 53 (1st and 23rd)
Wettest Day: Dec 22 (.50")
Days of Measurable Precip: 17

Total Snow: 1" (20th)
Total Rain for December: 2.03"

January 6

Sunrise: 7:56 AM --- Sunset: 4:33 PM (PST)
(gaining 1 min 25 sec tomorrow)

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26. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
12:59 AM GMT on February 04, 2014
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25. Buckey2745
9:44 PM GMT on February 03, 2014
Congrats on the win!! Maybe you'll be able to root Jake Locker to a championship too. :)
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24. PugetSoundPost
5:51 AM GMT on February 03, 2014
CHAMPIONS!!!! Wow! Such a great game and Seattle loves it!!
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23. WatchinTheSky
1:12 AM GMT on February 03, 2014
Looking pretty good at halftime!! Must be the Seattle weather they're having :)
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22. PugetSoundPost
5:58 PM GMT on January 31, 2014

The Seattle Times posted this photo. Boeing painted this 747 just to cheer on the Seahawks! Pretty cool! The plane is making test flights painted like this, and yesterday it flew a test pattern over much of the state of Washington in the shape of a giant 12! Another pretty cool thing! Go Hawks!!
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21. PugetSoundPost
5:54 PM GMT on January 31, 2014
Yay WTS! Rain! Good for you! Maybe that little bit will prime the pump for you. That would be good. We are overcast today, had a little rain this morning, so Mrs. WTS should see Seattle at its usual. I always think that is good, in a way. Hope all goes well for her travel! And, yes two more days for a win!
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20. WatchinTheSky
4:47 PM GMT on January 31, 2014
We came sooo close to getting shut out this month! On the very last day a little storm rolls through and we get about a quarter inch!! Well that'll fill the reservoirs :)
2 days till the Hawks big win!
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19. PugetSoundPost
7:45 PM GMT on January 28, 2014
YES to all of the commenters regarding the Seahawks!! We love the team, although we only watch through our TV! Best viewing, quieter and a lot more comfortable! But the fans who go certainly are helping the team. I have a friend who is a season ticket holder (hard to get those!) and won the lottery to be able to buy Super Bowl tickets, which they bought two of. Unfortunately her husband is unable to go to the game, so she was going to take a daughter and they nearly had the trip set up. Then, she decided she can't really go and leave her husband behind - he'd already missed the NFL championship game too - and in the end she decided she just won't go and will root from her living room. A son far away decided he would use the tickets and take another family member from the midwest. By the time my friend found out about this desire they had already sold the tickets. So now no one in the family is going. But she seems quite content with her original decision and I am pleased to see where her value really lies. Anyway, everyone is pretty crazy about the Hawks and have been for a long time. Now it is just ramped up times 100. Seahawks jerseys and clothes on people everywhere you go. 12th Man flags flying off buildings everywhere. We don't have much, but we are flying a small flag in our yard. The city is starved for sports success on a big scale and this is certainly it. Sure hope the Hawks win!!!

The clouds are back and rain is expected by tonight. I am glad. It has just been too dry and calm. The pattern is finally changing a bit, so the sunshine is gone (never materialized yesterday either) and cooler weather is coming. We are generally opposite the eastern folks, so since they have had such severe weather, here on the west coast, clear to Alaska, not so much weather this winter.

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18. polarbytes
2:35 PM GMT on January 28, 2014
Hello, PSP, been so lazy haven't commented in awhile,
so, first, GO HAWKS! As someone else said, for the most part hawks are our team, although, there a lot of broncos fans as well, so can't lose no matter who wins. Second, wow nice adventure for the boy. My son spent a summer in that part of the country a couple of years ago and wants to go back. Third, what about this weather? We haven't been quite as warm as some parts of AK, but still, it feels like breakup, mainly because temps don't go below freezing at night, haven't in almost two weeks. Still, in Kenai yesterday it was 52 degrees, a temp they don't normally have until late May. We still have around 8" of snow, but my son's snow plowing has really suffered. He wishes he could afford a sanding truck.
Ah, well, I think that we are to cool off and dry out in the long range forecasts, and you are going to get some much needed rain. Enjoy, and again, Go Hawks!!
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17. WatchinTheSky
3:14 AM GMT on January 28, 2014
I think you snagged our high pressure! We've been getting a little cloudy lately, of course, no rain.
Seattle is the layover for Mrs WTS up and back from Alaska. In fact Friday coming back she has over 5 hour layover! I told her she ought to be able to do some sightseeing ;)
Your team made it all the way! Go Hawks!
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16. calpoppy
12:57 AM GMT on January 28, 2014
Seattlelites much be going crazy with the Hawks right now! Even in Alaska, the Hawks are their team too! I have to say I like both teams, but my hometown is my hometown, so it has to be the Seattle Seahawks!

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15. BriarCraft
6:37 AM GMT on January 27, 2014
Sunshine in Toledo this afternoon after freezing fog last night and this morning. It's 29º and foggy right now, as a matter of fact. But for a little while this afternoon it was 50º and calm and sunny, so I put on my ankle-high bog boots and applied dormant oil spray to the orchard. The warmth didn't last long though. By the time I had rinsed the sprayer and put it away, it was cooling fast.

There's a chance of rain starting Tuesday, with daytime highs dropping 8-10 degrees. I'm glad I decided to hold off awhile on pruning back the roses.
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14. WatchinTheSky
5:34 PM GMT on January 24, 2014
Bit of a dreary day here for a Friday. We are under a Fire Weather Warning and Wind Watch - but it's calm and pervasive uniform high overcast sky. The clouds made for a warm overnight, 60.
Hooo boy, sorting the ornaments - Good Luck!
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13. PugetSoundPost
1:20 AM GMT on January 21, 2014
Hi Briar, today is such a different day than it has been! The sun has come out! The clear sunshine this afternoon, after morning fog, kind of makes a person think just a bit about spring - but that is still quite far down the road. The photo of the falls I posted was actually taken a week ago, right after that rainy weekend, so there was a lot of runoff. I hit it at the right time, since it has been so dry as you say.

Yes, just one full-time "child" still here at home, but he isn't so young - graduating from college this spring! No teens left for us at all. My youngest, now 20, is sporadic at home. She lives off campus in Seattle going to UW, so for most of the school year she is gone, although just minutes ago I returned from taking her back after being here with us over this three day weekend. And the older son who lives here full-time was gone most of the day with friends, so you are right that the door revolves a lot and lots of coming and going. But it is slowing as one by one they begin to move on in new directions. Tonight will be our first dinner with just the three "regulars" here since #1 child left for Central America - no one officially "missing" from the table, or coming late or whatever. Our original six is now half, at least for the time being.

Hey! How about those Seahawks?? YES!!!
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12. BriarCraft
12:33 AM GMT on January 21, 2014
So, just the one fledgling still in the nest? The house must be quiet, as I imagine that fledgling is in and out, trying out his wings. Nice that he joined you in exploring the fog. A lot of teenagers wouldn't be caught dead going anywhere with their parents.

I like the way the fog in that nice AC shot makes the river just fade away. One good thing about fog is the wind never blows, enabling one to capture smooth water reflections, even in a river.

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11. PugetSoundPost
8:45 AM GMT on January 19, 2014
Hi Cal! The weather in the photo was especially dreary, with the fog, but I like the fog quite a bit and was happy to find this photo op. In some places it was just pea soup and toooo foggy for a pic.

We Skyped with my son this evening and while not much news to report to each other, since he so recently left, it was good to see him. Internet is pretty good, as long as he stays in the one outdoor spot that will connect, and as long as the power stays on there, which is flaky. My youngest daughter is home from college this weekend for the three day weekend, so it is still a bit of a revolving door and we aren't really settled at all into our new pattern. That will hit later next week.

Yes, a Hawks win would be WONDERFUL! The city is crazy for them and a lot of hopes are riding on them.
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10. calpoppy
10:09 PM GMT on January 18, 2014
I think the bridge pic fits your mood. It is pretty with the fog, I happen to really like foggy pics.

Maybe a Hawk victory will cheer you up!!!!
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9. WatchinTheSky
9:29 PM GMT on January 16, 2014
Wow, Nicaragua! An adventure and a worthwhile endeavor. Weather and scenery should be a big departure from what he is used to :) My sister's oldest son just left Oregon for South Korea to teach English, kids these days!

I guess the giant high pressure ridge is blocking your rain but not warming you up as much as down here!
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8. calpoppy
11:30 PM GMT on January 14, 2014
Think of it as a neat place to go visit him. That is what I do when Nate goes off to places like Alaska, LOL! The best of luck to your son in his new adventure!!

Our drought continues :(
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7. BriarCraft
11:08 PM GMT on January 13, 2014
Apparently, you taught your son not to take any half-measures. If he's going to leave home, he's really going to leave home. No doubt this will be a good life experience for him, but still...
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6. WatchinTheSky
4:18 AM GMT on January 13, 2014
Maybe one more day of rain then clear skies for a while?
Seahawks moving up, guess they won't be playing Charges in Super Bowl ;)
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5. PugetSoundPost
6:19 AM GMT on January 09, 2014
A snappy little system blew through today, mainly late this afternoon. Rain started this morning, picked up the tempo this afternoon, then a squall line moved through late in the afternoon. Brief, but HARD rain and gusty winds coming in a few waves. A nice change of pace. Another exact .50" of rain and a high of 49. Looking forward to another so-so system tomorrow and then something stronger by the end of the week. I will look more into that one tomorrow. Today was the type of day I call "a January day" - heavy overcast all day and blustery weather. A good day to stay home all day, which I did, and felt pretty productive around the house.
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4. PugetSoundPost
5:50 AM GMT on January 08, 2014
More rain today than we have seen for awhile, but it fell gently. A total of .51" under a 46 degree (high) atmosphere. I took a walk late this afternoon with my neighbor around the neighborhood in the rain and it was quite pleasant under my hood. It was quite dark well before we were home, a time I am not usually out walking. We did the same thing yesterday and it was considerably cooler then. I got cold yesterday and it took the rest of the evening to really warm up. Certainly nothing to compare to the frigid weather back east right now, but there is something to say about the chill of a cloudy, damp/drippy 38 degrees.
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3. JanesVacation
1:11 PM GMT on January 07, 2014
Sounds like you are getting 2014 off to a productive start! I've been doing some "spring cleaning" while I am stranded here in the house. I hate doing the inside chores when spring comes, so I'm dusting those corners and straightening the closets while I can. Yesterday I washed mattress pads and blankets from the beds used at Christmas. Also, the bathroom throw rugs. Might as well get this stuff done while I have the time - I doubt there will be much company here for awhile.

School is off for me again today due to the extreme weather. I imagine the students and their parents are anxious to get back. We have been off since December 19.
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2. PugetSoundPost
4:06 AM GMT on January 07, 2014
Hi WTS! Hey! It would be fun for the Super Bowl to feature both of our teams! I noticed you won over the weekend. I am a bit nervous about us. We have the Saints next Saturday and blew them up in December here at home, but things can change on a dime. If the Seahawks are "on their game" they seem to be a daunting force. If not, then it can be scary too. I do say our fans are very loyal and seem to stick with the team through thick and thin. Overall the city has been patient with all of our teams, even during very bleak years, but eventually can wear down too when there doesn't seem to be any hope in sight. I'm thinking baseball right now with that comment. But for now the Seahawks are King of King County (and beyond!) and they are quite a craze during this run. There will be a LOT of broken hearts if this doesn't work out.
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1. WatchinTheSky
3:29 AM GMT on January 07, 2014
First! So, some 'winter cleaning'? We did some carpet cleaning a couple months ago, I'm glad almost half our flooring is tile - carpet cleaning is a workout, whew!
We haven't got into the Abbey, though my occasional tennis partner is very excited for the new season.
What do you think, Seahawks and Chargers in the Super Bowl? It's funny, San Diego fans are so fickle, but they are on the bandwagon for now ;)
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