Project 365 {week 32}

This is the time of year when we realize our long days of summer are limited.

And we try to cram in all the things summer,

yet at the same time prepare for all the things fall.

August 4: Bath time is also rock n roll time.

August 4: Bath time is also rock n roll time.

August 5: Putting together the fun tracks that I got for Eddie from the Sweet Suite in Chicago.

August 5: Putting together the fun tracks that I got for Eddie from the Sweet Suite in Chicago.

 

August 6: Back in my classroom...getting ready.

August 6: Back in my classroom…getting ready.

August 7: A day with cousin Lilly.

August 7: A day with cousin Lilly.

 

August 8: Cousin and Best Friend playdate!

August 8: Cousin and Best Friend playdate…Charlie chooses to sit back and relax with Auntie Kenzie.

August 9: Taking advantage of the nice weather while we can...and chalking up the driveway.

August 9: Taking advantage of the nice weather while we can…and chalking up the driveway.

 

August 10: Another outside day for me to sit under the tree while all the boys work and play.

August 10: Another outside day for me to sit under the tree while all the boys work and play.

And now we move into the last full week home before school starts.

Next week we will be on vacation for the bulk of the week, and the week after I am back to work.

Our summer is so close to vanishing.

And I am kind of sad about that.

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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. Being an elementary teacher and mama, I know what you are talking about! There is a way that I try and hold on tight to summer!
    😉
    Your pictures do so much to share your story-thank you 🙂

  2. I love the photo with Charlie in tub, his mohawk is adorable!

  3. I’m right there with oyu. Except, this lovely (well, and super rainy) weather has made it hard to actually get sick of summer this year. It kind of feels like fall, so it’s hard to look forward to fall. But, fall is my favorite, so I’m not complaining. 🙂 It looks like you had some great outside weather this week!

  4. Looks like a great week, my friend! You’re a great mommy and teacher!

  5. Summer goes by so fast. You got the most out of your nice days, and that is what counts. Another week or two and most of us will be back at the starting line. Enjoy these last days!

  6. Like you, I’m getting ready to gear up for school again. I’m sorry to see summer go, but sort of happy to be getting back into the routine again. (I’m sure when it’s here, I’ll be less than thrilled to be back to the grind and early wake-up times, though!)

    I hope our school years begin seamlessly and that our kids adjust to their new classes!
    Oh, and I, too, love the mohawk.

  7. Kelsey Posma says:

    so bittersweet that we are so close to entering fall. mostly bitter because this summer went too fast and we didnt spend near enough time together. 🙁 sweet, because, I personally am anxious to start school with Bentley. 🙂 maybe we can connect yet this week!

  8. Summer seems to have flown by, hasn’t it?
    Charlie looks so big!

  9. I LOVE that mohawk picture! So you have Sluiter Nation in your classroom?

    Kenzie is a cool name – I’m sure people have told her that.