Friday, June 6


And we're done.

Not the last day I was dreaming of. But we accomplished it all.

Notes to self:
  • When one has a super-competitive son any kind of bean-bag tossing game in which you keep score is never fun.
  • When introducing the summer calendar to the kids, never START with the item that states, "We will have media turn-off days Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays."
  • When it's the last day of school, they will unexpectedly get up and get dressed and start all on their own at 7:30 a.m.!
  • It's not about how much they can say back, it's the process of learning that is important. Even a "test" is a learning experience.
Next up:
  • Dad gets home.
  • We eat spaghetti.
  • We have cupcakes and certificates and "Hello, Summer" gift buckets.
  • We put the baby to bed.
  • We watch The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in our pjs.
  • We call it a year.

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