Monday, April 23, 2007

35 More Days...

In thirty-six more days, I'll be normal again. That seems like a long time from now, actually.

However, there ARE things to celebrate:

1. Grad class = OVER. Won't know my grade for a while...but stick a fork in it, I'm DONE. For this semester anyway.

2. Daughter #1 performed admirably in this past week's district music contest. I'm so proud!

3. Daughter #2 survived a church camp retreat this past weekend. She came home sunburnt, a little scratched up, and very tired... but in one piece.

4. I did not turn into Daffy Duck, nor did I curl up into a fetal position and drool excessively.

5. I can fit into all my old summer clothes that I haven't been able to wear for about three years. They're not exactly in style, but I'm a FRUMP, right? Who cares! My skinny clothes fit! SUPER W00T!!!

6. I might actually have a little time to read blogs this week! I miss you all a lot!

Life is good. Busy, but good. :-)


Ludicrousity said...

Whoo for you!!!

nabbalicious said...

That is SO awesome!! You're my hero. Keep it up!

-R- said...

Congrats on the grad class! And congrats to your oldest daughter on the district music competition!

We miss you too. =)

Sparkling Cipher said...

Congrats on all accounts! Looking forward to seeing you around regularly again.

lizgwiz said...

Good news all around!

I used to love going to district music contests. I'm not sure how my mother felt about them--since she usually ended up doing the piano accompaniment for about 90% of us. Actually, she must not have minded too much, since she kept doing it for a while even after her own kids had graduated.

don't call me MA'AM said...

ludi: and whoo!! to you, too!

nabbalicious: well, if you idolize whiners, then I'm definitely the hero for you! ;-) Thanks!

-r-: thanks! I'm hoping that I didn't miss any of your very important polls!

sparkling: thank you muchly! I'm not even going to think how many unread posts I have in Google Reader. Gah.

lizgwiz: that was so cool of your mom! I accompany sometimes, too, but I can't do that for my own kids. I'm too busy listening for notes, diction, etc., and I forget what I'm playing. I definitely love going to those contests as a parent and NOT as a teacher. Much less stressful!!!