Posted By Kathleen David on June 18, 2012
Hard to Believe that the end of school is nigh. Caroline had three full days and two half days to the end of the school year and she will no longer be a 3rd grader. She had an excellent teacher this year who worked with her to become a better student and that she could do math. Her teacher also dealt with some of her eccentricities and worked to make them less so especially when Caroline takes a test.
Hard to Believe in less than two weeks Caroline and I will be in Italy. My parents invited us to join them for a week to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary and my mother’s 75th birthday (both really nice milestones). Peter wanted to go but had entirely too many things going on that made it impossible for him to take a week off. Right now, considering the other things that have popped up, it is a good thing he is not going and has a week to just work without interruption.
Hard to Believe I could be even further behind than I was last year for DragonCon, but I managed to do it. Right now I am going to just work my way to when I go to Italy and take the time in Italy to regroup and sort out what I AM going to get done for DragonCon.
Hard to Believe that Caroline is turning 10 this year. She is, as she puts it, going into double digits. I swear I just brought her home from the hospital. But it is amazing to see how much she has packed into her 9 years so far. Hard also to believe in 9 years she will be an adult.
Hard to believe that Peter and I have been together for 15 years and married for 11. We are still silly in love with each other. The time has been both short and long. One of those weird timey whimey relationships.
I am grateful for that which makes my life easier right now.