Project 365 {week 18}

Oh look.

I didn’t forget that I had a blog.

Yeah, sorry about the light week.

Or, if you are behind in reading, you’re welcome. I totally did it on purpose.

For YOU.

Ahem.

Anyway.  The week.

April 28: So this happens now.

April 28: So this happens now.

April 29: One of our family fave recipes. Nothing about this is healthy or organic or paleo or whatever. It's just yum.

April 29: One of our family fave recipes. Nothing about this is healthy or organic or paleo or whatever. It’s just yum.

 

April 30: I had a terrible day.  But this guy? He has spooky glasses.

April 30: I had a terrible day. But this guy? He has spooky glasses. Game on, indeed. Also…Bird legs photo bomb.

May 1: How we celebrate the first day of May: hot dogs on the grill with white.  Nothing but class up in here.

May 1: How we celebrate the first day of May: hot dogs on the grill with white. Nothing but class up in here. And Bird arm photo bomb. Kid gets around.

 

May 2: Just a quick stop at our local wooden shoe factory. Wait. You DON'T have a local wooden shoe factory? Weirdsies.

May 2: Just a quick stop at our local wooden shoe factory. Wait. You DON’T have a local wooden shoe factory? Weirdsies.

May 3: Graduation day!

May 3: Graduation day! (hey, what about blue shirt photo bomb back there?)

 

May 4: Our Godson turns five and throws a Nerf Day Party. Battle on, yo!

May 4: Our Godson turns five and throws a Nerf Day Party. Battle on, yo!

I almost had an anxiety attack this week thinking about all that was on the calendar.

And today I will be in Chicago for the Listen to Your Mother show.

So much going on.

All good, but…so much.

Also four weeks (18 days) left of school.

Not that I am counting.

I am totally counting.

Happy Cinco De Mayo, kids.

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About Katie

Just a small town girl...wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a middle school English teacher, writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. Charlie is everywhere!
    Love the wooden shoes. And Nerf Battles, woohoo!

  2. We’re being extremely inappropriate today, saying Cincdo de DRINK! It’s been said a lot. I’ve tossed back a lot. I am not unhappy about that. Dinner’s gonna be late. And possibly Rice Krispies.

  3. Love the wooden shoes (clogs?) – so remind me of Holland! And i could really eat a chili cheese dog right now – yum. My boy has a huge arsenal of Nerf guns in his room…