Project 365 {week 18}

Holy moly this week was jam-packed!

Every May is like this, but I think each year it’s a little more crazy.

I’m not sure it’s because the kids are getting older or what, but it zips by!

April 27: I go to school to bring all the books that have been donated. This looks like a lot, but as of this picture I have added WAY more! Yay internet!

April 27: I go to school to bring all the books that have been donated. This looks like a lot, but as of this picture I have added WAY more! Yay internet!

April 28: A big pile of dirt arrived. Heaven for our two dirt balls.

April 28: A big pile of dirt arrived. Heaven for our two dirt balls.

April 29: MOAR BOOKS ARRIVE!

April 29: MOAR BOOKS ARRIVE!

April 30: Happy birthday to my old man who apparently knows what a "selfie" is.

April 30: Happy birthday to my old man who apparently knows what a “selfie” is.

May 1: Playing with the toys of the show you're watching.

May 1: Playing with the toys of the show you’re watching.

May 2: Fiesta at Sea with some of the best weirdos on the planet...students!

May 2: Fiesta at Sea with some of the best weirdos on the planet…students!

May 3: culture day in Chicago. This one was from our mural tour. I will post more about our Chicago trip tomorrow!

May 3: culture day in Chicago. This one was from our mural tour. I will post more about our Chicago trip tomorrow!

Not pictured was Cort’s “Brews and Bros.” night, Dinner with my family for my dad’s birthday, Cortney’s bowling awards banquet, and my entire trip to Chicago.

You can see the pictures from my trip here. Or wait until tomorrow to read all about it.

Now if you’ll excuse me, my email inboxes are bursting, I have laundry to do, and I have another three blog posts to write.

And that doesn’t include all the school work and other writing due.

Oh, May. You so crazy.

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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. Love your packed week! Only because you make it look like fun, and not like a total drag like I felt mine was. Yay to your students for getting into the selfie pic. I love them young ‘uns. 🙂
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  2. All those books make me happy 🙂
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