Tuesday, July 8, 2008

In no time at all, I'll be bitching about the snow

All of a sudden, it feels like the summer is almost over.


June was filled with Italy and recovery. July is filled with our 4th gathering, birthday parties every weekend (my friends and I apparently all decided to give birth in July), and catching up on bills from June. August is our family trip to Orlando, then it's school supplies and another start to the school year.

Tuition is due at the end of July for my fall class, and I start on the 19th of August. I'm beyond excited about it.

This school year is going to be super busy between my class, the girls' activities (Mina starts soccer soon), being the class rep. for Audrey's class and the room parent for Mina's, and all the other 4 million things that inevitably come up in day to day life.

Throw in the freelance hair I'm still doing on the side and upcoming (hopefully) house projects and I don't think I'm going to be sitting around anytime soon.

Honestly, I wouldn't have it any other way.

I get antsy when there is nothing on the agenda. I end up wearing my pajamas all day and forgetting to make lunch.

I don't know how to be lazy.

Scratch that. I'm actually quite accomplished at being lazy.

I just don't like it.

So, what are you doing for the rest of the summer?


SkylersDad said...

We have our yearly trek out to Seattle to see my wifes family, Skyler has a couple of different camps, and suddenly it's school again!

Earth Muffin said...

Mason is spending a week with his grandma, then a week at Nature Institute camp, then Colby's son from Germany visits for a month, then school starts again...YIKES!

You are one brave woman taking the family to Disney World.

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