Project 365 {week 20}

This week was a killer.

Not because it was so busy, but because all my feelings leaked out of my eyes.

May is a tricky month because not only is it filled with busy, but it always brings the end of something too.

May 11: Happy Mother's Day! Eddie made me this beautiful necklace!

May 11: Happy Mother’s Day! Eddie made me this beautiful necklace!

May 12: The sweet REM poster the boys got me for Mother's Day

May 12: The sweet REM poster the boys got me for Mother’s Day

May 13: fuzzy family selfie...er...usie?

May 13: fuzzy family selfie…er…usie?

May 14: I may have gotten out of control with my new "Property of Sluiter Nation" stamp at school

May 14: I may have gotten out of control with my new “Property of Sluiter Nation” stamp at school

May 15: on the way home from the Scholastic Book Warehouse Sale: five baby cows in a camo jeep. WHAT?

May 15: on the way home from the Scholastic Book Warehouse Sale: five baby cows in a camo jeep. WHAT?

May 16: Seniors' Last day. They made me cry. Jerks.

May 16: Seniors’ Last day. They made me cry. Jerks.

May 17: Eddie's last swimming lesson for this year. He rocked it.

May 17: Eddie’s last swimming lesson for this year. He rocked it.

Lasts were everywhere this week.

And we face some more lasts this coming week.

We also got lots of good news this week:

Eddie is going to our first choice of elementary schools in the fall for Kindergarten,

and I get to go to BlogHer ’14 in July!!!

WOOT!

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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. I’m so happy for all your good news!!
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  2. It was a good week. I love the Sluiter Nation stamp. I would stamp my kids when they left the house every day.
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  3. I ALWAYS had leaky eyes at our end of the year celebration when I taught pre-k. Some of those kids are in college now!
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  4. The worst part about Firsts is that to exist, they require Lasts.
    So we have to try to celebrate them both when we can.

    Even when the celebration comes out of our eyes.
    XO
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  5. I had to take a double look.
    yep, baby cows in jeep. LOL
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  6. I’m WAYYYYYY behind on my reading (obviously). But YAY FOR BLOGHER14. I’ll be there too. We should meet up. 🙂

    Also, LOVE all the happy photos. Thanks for sharing!
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