School for us ended last week. In typical fashion we ended with one child finishing at the very last moment. 1:00 am, on the final day.
These are my final two – one becoming a sophomore and one a junior, but heading off to college (not uncommon in our state – and something his oldest brother did also). So I’m down to one. I’m sure he’s thrilled at the prospect of being the only one left for me to hover over.
With their “finals” done for school, and the third-born done with testing for college entrance, I am off on my summer schedule.
Redecorating the clinic I volunteer at.
Renovations coming along quite nicely (picture coming soon… it’s a looooong tedious project I’m working on).
Some summer schooling (I don’t want them going brain-dead after all that work). But it’s a light schedule.
Getting ready for the third-born’s mission trip to Costa Rica this summer.
Two-week-tour. (In Hawaii… ppffffttttt – that’s camp!)
And, of course, my trip to see the second-born’s graduation from basic next week! Eek! Not only do I get to see him follow in his dad’s footsteps, but it’s also my first trip alone. I am both looking forward to it, and nervous.
So much to do, and only three months to fit it all in. Along with all the usual stuff like yearly testing, working on the quilt still and babies showing up at the end of the summer.
I am enjoying the weather, and the schedule.
I love being busy doing “nothing”.