I’m feeling old. I can’t believe I have a daughter starting high school in the fall. Where does all the time go? I distinctly remember the day, fourteen years ago, when we brought her home from the hospital in all her pink entirety. I was thinking: “Is she really ours?” “Now what?” “What do we […]
Monthly Archives: May 2009
One can never have too many books I whole-heartedly believe that. I hope my kids’ teachers believe it too because that’s what they’re getting on the last day of school. I spent the second half of this school year teaching art in Erik’s class. It was way more fun than I thought it would be. […]
It was full. There was a birthday. A funeral (poor Peter Rabbit). A lake swim. Potato guns. A rain Storm. Movies. Burgers. Bike riding. Our Memorial Day weekend in pictures: Now the question: What are you doing for end of the year teachers gifts this year??? I need some ideas. Thanks!
I’ve always loved roller coasters. Well, maybe not always. It took me until I was about 10 before I could fully enjoy and appreciate a good roller coaster. Since then, I’ve been a huge fan. The thrill of climbing that first hill to the exhileration of your body shooting down the steep hills to the […]
The boys took off on their annual Father-Son Camp-out on Friday afternoon. Porta-potty and all. Maddy and I enjoyed our “girls only” time and went with some friends to the “big city” to do a little shopping and have a little dinner. We did too much shopping, ate too much food, stayed up too late, […]