Project 365 {week 19}

Happy Mother’s Day!

I was going to write a post.

And then I didn’t.

I was going to buy meaningful cards for our mothers.

And then I didn’t.

I was going to go with Cort and the boys to all the moms to deliver their Mother’s Day flowers.

And then I didn’t.

I’m batting 1000 here, people. For the wrong team.

The truth is, I don’t’ know if I am coming or going lately.

But this is what our week looked like when I managed to think about taking pictures of it:

May 4: Home from Chicago with this hombre

May 4: Home from Chicago with this hombre

May 5: Me and my guys

May 5: Me and my guys

May 6: Tulip Time means corn dogs for dinner from a food truck!

May 6: Tulip Time means corn dogs for dinner from a food truck!

May 7: Tulip Time Parade with Grandma!

May 7: Tulip Time Parade with Grandma!

 May 8: Cort snapped this one. The boys were cuddling on me because I would be gone AGAIN from them over the weekend.

May 8: Cort snapped this one. The boys were cuddling on me because I would be gone AGAIN from them over the weekend.

May 9: This one woke up early to make me smile before I left

May 9: This one woke up early to make me smile before I left

May 10: Attempting to unpack this HUGE "relaxation" basket I won in our school's Relay for Life raffle fundraiser.

May 10: Attempting to unpack this HUGE “relaxation” basket I won in our school’s Relay for Life raffle fundraiser.

We were busy with Tulip Time this week and then Friday to Saturday I was in our state capital to work on some Common Core Training.

This coming week is the last week of school for seniors in our district which means I will run myself ragged getting grades done.

Next weekend we have deliberately left open so we can actually spend time as a family.

I miss my family.

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I am honored to once again be part of Postpartum Progress’s Mother’s Day Rally. This year marks four years since my own diagnosis. This rally, which I found just a couple short months after my diagnosis, saved me. They helped me know I was not alone. My letter goes live at 6pm est, but it’s just one of many. Treat yourself this mother’s day to some uplifting reading.

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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.

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  1. May your coming week be sweet, relaxing and just you and your boys. xo
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  2. I love the picture of the snuggles. So sweet.
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