Project 365 {week 47}

This week was one of those weeks that gets off to a weird start due to storms.

We had a power outage day on Monday, so I was home, but then Tuesday felt like Monday.

But Wednesday felt like Thursday.

And Friday felt like Thursday.

One of those weeks.

November 17: Cortney introduces me to our newest nephew. I officially catch baby fever.

November 17: Cortney introduces me to our newest nephew. I officially catch baby fever.

November 18: No school because no power. Eddie's school is not closed, so the boys are off and I am alone. ALONE.

November 18: No school because no power. Eddie’s school is not closed, so the boys are off and I am alone. ALONE. Alone to make plans for my college class because all my materials are locked in a classroom in a building with now power. D’oh!

 

November 19: Brothers being brothers.

November 19: Brothers being brothers.

November 20: Who needs coloring books?

November 20: Who needs coloring books?

 

November 21: Goulash night. He's sad because he got too full to finish helping #3. Seriously.

November 21: Goulash night. He’s sad because he got too full to finish helping #3. Seriously.

November 21: Doing my my trainings. Trying not to giggle at the ridiculous, computer animated examples of "sexual harassment"

November 21: Doing my my trainings. Trying not to giggle at the ridiculous, computer animated examples of “sexual harassment”

 

November 23: Our niece, Lilly, celebrates turning one! Yay!

November 23: Our niece, Lilly, celebrates turning one! Yay!

It’s not like we were anymore busy than usual, but the week was sort of a blur.

I don’t suppose that will change at all from here until the end of the year…

Speaking of the holidays, with Thanksgiving this week, I am not planning on posting anything this week.

I have only two days of work and then family time for five days.

I think I’ll go blog-free for that time.

Happy Holiday Season!

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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.

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  1. Those boys are ridiculously cute! Have a great Thanksgiving!
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  2. Happy Holiday Season to you and yours. Enjoy your break and the time with your family!!!
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  3. Happy Thanksgiving to you! I may just eat some turkey and take a break as well — even though Thanksgiving is already over for us.
    That sad face is priceless!
    enjoy your break.
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  4. Love Eddie’s post-meal face and Lilly’s cake smash mess! Have a good bloggy break.
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  5. BEST thing about turning one. Happy BD Lily. And happy week off to you Katie, you deserve it!

  6. how do you get your kids to eat goulash? omg. you’re my hero!!
    xoxox

    and YES TO BLOG BREAKS! go, you!
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  7. There is a lot of cuteness going on in this post!
    Also – I always thought power outages could be kind of romantic, but I now realize that no – not so much!
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  8. That picture of Cort and your nephew? Almost gave me baby fever, too. He’s so proud, and the squishy newborn! Perfection. Have a fantastic Thanksgiving, Sluiters!
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  9. Computer-animated sexual harassment IS funny; even funnier than a post-goulash pout.
    (So cute. And also, now I’m hungry.)

    Wishing all the Sluiters a wonderful Thanksgiving – and I hope you enjoy this break with all your boys.
    A reason to be grateful, indeed.

    Stay warm and happy.
    You are loved.
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  10. I am constantly amazed at the amount of food James can eat. It sounds like you’ve got one of those types of kids as well.
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  11. I have big goulash eaters at my house too. And first birthday cake photos are the best. 🙂
    I hope you enjoy your week and your bloggy break!
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  12. OMG, mad because he couldn’t finish his meal. That is priceless. So glad you got it on film! Er, blog.
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