Monthly Archives: June 2008

And so it continues…

    My wonderful nothingness summer is continuing….   Yesterday I cleaned Sean’s room thoroughly, finding only one pair of socks in the process. Today I cleaned the living room and found five pairs and one lone sock. Tonight I … Continue reading

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Aaaahhhhh….

  Twas the first day of summer vacation, and all through the house –   Susie was up waaay too early!   When one is accustomed to hauling oneself out of bed at 6AM, it takes some convincing to manage … Continue reading

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Need an edumacation? These folks do!

  A few months ago I blogged about a spam mail I received claiming I could receive various university degrees without studying. I got another one today that literally had me howling with laughter! Wouldn’t you think these people would … Continue reading

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I’M ON HOLIDAYS!

  The title says it all!   You know, I drove last year on the last day of school, but it’s a totally different story when it’s your own route, with your own kids that you’ve driven all year. For … Continue reading

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It’s the last day!

  Can’t believe it’s already the last day of school! AND it’s half over! My morning run went well, but the kids were quieter than I’d anticipated. Though I doubt very much that’ll be the case tonight! After work I … Continue reading

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One more day, one more freaking day….I can do this…

  I am so exhausted. I am utterly, completely, totally worn out, drained and tired. I kept telling myself to hold on, hang in there till school was out, and then I’d have the time to rest, recharge and settle … Continue reading

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Twin Valley Petting Zoo – or is it Animal Farm?

  I had a really neat charter today! I took the kindergarten class from one of my schools out to the Twin Valley Animal Farm. My charter sheet said the bus was to remain at the farm, probably because it … Continue reading

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