Sunday, January 12, 2014

The end of our lazy, lazy days

I have enjoyed a lot of downtime since, oh MARCH of last year.

But I am afraid all of that is about to change, my friends.

I am planning a huge school carnival for the end of March.  My online adjunct college is contracting me to redesign their pubic speaking class that I designed in 2011.  And school starts next week.  I have meetings this coming Wednesday and Thursday and then I return to my grueling schedule of Monday afternoon meetings and Tuesday afternoon classes.

Tongue in cheek, yes, but really it will be an adjustment for me since I have been out of the classroom since May 2013 and will be grading lots of essays again.  Okay, so I only have 25 students, but they are 25 really smart students who have to do a lot of writing.

Plus Cooper has ice skating and Little Gym during the week, and Dorothy has Little Gym, and they both have a music class, and I volunteer in kindergarten and am room mom for 2 classes.  Add all that together, and it's looking like a lot.

So tomorrow, I nap with Dorothy.

After nap these days, Dorothy insists on coming in Cooper's crib
He likes it too
Cooper, taking his baby to work
In Dorothy's shoes and bow
Okay, so maybe he doesn't like it as much as she does.
Dorothy figured out how to open that cabinet giving her unfettered access to library books and DS games, which are delicious.
The washer. Could anything be more interesting?

1 comment:

  1. I love that picture of Dorothy and the washer. Are you excited about getting back into a work schedule again? 25 students writing a lot of papers is PLENTY of students!