Project 365 {week 15}

Ah, spring break.

You were so needed.

Also SPRING…you were needed as well.

April 6: Big kid in a polo for church.

April 6: Big kid in a polo for church.

April 7: Spring showed up so we went outside to meet it.

April 7: Spring showed up so we went outside to meet it.

April 8: My day to myself. I went shopping with some birthday money after showering and getting dressed...in REAL clothes (not yoga pants)

April 8: My day to myself. I went shopping with some birthday money after showering and getting dressed…in REAL clothes (not yoga pants)

April 9: Eddie and I spend an hour just chalking and talking during Charlie's nap.

April 9: Eddie and I spend an hour just chalking and talking during Charlie’s nap.

 

April 10: More time outside. Outside is the best.

April 10: More time outside. Outside is the best.

April 11: Cort, me, and Eddie take an adventure to Chicago. First stop is Lincoln Park Zoo. He didn't want to pause for a picture, can you tell?

April 11: Cort, me, and Eddie take an adventure to Chicago. First stop is Lincoln Park Zoo. He didn’t want to pause for a picture, can you tell?

April 12: Day 2 of our adventure. On our way to Shedd Aquarium...a quick pick of my two heroes.

April 12: Day 2 of our adventure. On our way to Shedd Aquarium…a quick pick of my two heroes.

 I started this week feeling like dump.

But then spring showed up.

And when we got to Chicago, the weather was so lovely it made me giddy.

I giggled at how ridiculously awesome it felt.

And tonight we sleep with the sound of the rain.

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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. I’m so happy you guys had a great week! Yay Chicago!
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  2. I don’t think I have ever been so happy to see Spring!! There are actually some buds on the maple tree today.
    We all ventured outdoors too and got caught up with our fellow neighbours who over the long hard cold winter we merely waved to as we dashed from car to house, house to car.
    Sidewalk chalk was found in the garage and somehow, a giant chalk Tetris game began on the driveway!
    so cool.
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  3. This spring is the best one ever. Mainly because there’s no snow, but also because it’s especially welcome everywhere you turn.
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