Project 365: January 23-28, 2012

Another busy week in Sluiter Nation.

I had the end of the semester to deal with.

We had coughing and snotty noses.

There were appointments and classes and bowling league.

And there was life.

It looked like this…

January 22: it's the little things like a wind-up humpty dumpty that make us smile.

January 23: Why does my house always look like this?

January 24: Poop and Pee on the toilet. A big deal that is celebrated with M&Ms and dancing.


January 25: Grades are due in the morning. Gulp.

January 26: Got all my grades in and so now I shall enjoy a book and a pick with my #1 son.

January 27: Cort and I have a date to choose carpet for Eddie's Big Boy room...and stuff ourselves at On The Boarder

January 28: Team Banana Muffin

And that was the week that was.

On a side note, I am collecting books (or giftcards to barnes and noble to purchase books) to donate to our school’s FREE BOOK shelf in the media center.  It has gotten embarrassingly bare and with the transient nature of our student body and the fact that our kids sometimes need “risk free book trying” the free book shelf is very popular since they don’t have to return them if they don’t want to.

If you are at all interested in donating, contact me at sluiternation (at)

I work in a high school and the reading level is all the way from Young Adult Literature up through college level (but still appropriate for high school age).  The Hunger Games are HUGE right now, by the way.  They have gotten stolen from the library and from our RIF program due to high demand.