Project 365 {week 21}

More lasts, which lead to more firsts.

“Tis the life of a parent and teacher.

May 18: cuddles with the small one.

May 18: cuddles with the small one.

May 18: my seniors are all done. Work is odd now.

May 19: my seniors are all done. Work is odd now.

May 20: He has always crossed his toes...since birth.

May 20: He has always crossed his toes…since birth.

May 23: This guy is now officially a Kindergartner!

May 23: This guy is now officially a Kindergartner!

May 21: Graduation night.I am really REALLY going to miss this group of seniors. Especially this one.

May 22: Graduation night.I am really REALLY going to miss this group of seniors. Especially this one.

May 22: The books man, they keep coming. And I LOVE it! #classroomlibrary

May 23: The books man, they keep coming. And I LOVE it! #classroomlibrary

 

May 24: As per Sluiter tradition, the flowers have been purchased and planted on this Memorial Day weekend.

May 24: As per Sluiter tradition, the flowers have been purchased and planted on this Memorial Day weekend.

And just like that I am on the cusp of my last week of school.

Summer, I see you.

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. Always a bittersweet time of year for parents and teachers. Love saying hello to the new stuff, hate saying goodbye to the old.

  2. Ah, the bittersweet-ness of lasts and firsts.
    Yay Summer!

  3. Yay summer! 🙂

    I hope you get much-needed down time.

  4. I always get a little panicky the last week of school: “I didn’t do this, I didn’t do that!”

    And just like that, it all ends.

    Happy summer!