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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

This is for Aunt Beth

It was brought to my attention that I have been leaving details out or making assumptions of knowledge about some things. So here is the scoop!
Blasting~ There is construction going on behind the houses across the from us. They are having to blast about 2 times a day for the next 5-7 days. It is going to shake our homes and many of us have obtained surveys by an engineering company and they will be monitoring the seismic activity.
Although we were all told that nothing would ever be built there, that obviously wasn't true. Don't get me wrong, we are thrilled about the new school down the street and we are in desperate need of the bypass and these don't directly effect us, the blasting does. So we are trying to keep the children close so they will not be afraid.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much, dah'lin. I just was WAY too far away to catch those telepathic ways which would have answered all my questions. I do so appreciate your kindness to the elderly! lol Makes sense now! Love ya,

Aunt Beth