Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Summer Shmummer

As we're nearing the end of the school year (tomorrow is their last day!) I'm having a bit of anxiety. I have nothing planned for this summer. I did this last year and I sort of remember being ready to pull my hair out by the middle of July.

I think I may have even uttered the words "never again" at some point.

This year we have the addition of The Teenager to the mix and the possibility of The Man going back to work which will make it probably a little more hairy in here. So I definitely need to get some ideas on how we're going to spend the next 10 1/2 long weeks and I haven't got a clue.

At least the last month or so will be spent running around like a maniac to prepare them for the next school year (back to school supplies, shoes, clothes, and more) so that wipes out a little bit of time. But I'd like to make sure this summer is somewhat memorable so I need to make some plans.

As soon as I get a minute.


Tonight Goober is graduating from pre-school (in a cap and gown!) so we're gearing up for that excitement. And next year he's officially going to the big school. Where did the time go?


mah-meeee said...[Reply to comment]

oh totally, where did the time go? my oldest is graduating from preschool this week also... i wonder if i'll get misty?

hang in there, having all these changes in your household will make things abit hairy to plan. :)

hey, how's your dog (sudo?) did i miss an update recently?

The Virtuous Girl said...[Reply to comment]

Please post pix of the cutie pie in his cap and gown. I too am AMAZED that he is ready for big boy school. I guess we're all getting older, huh (yuk!). XOXOX

DysFUNctional Mom said...[Reply to comment]

Aw, congrats on the graduation. Good luck with summer. I'm hoping I'm not drooling in a corner in the fetal position by July.

Lucy said...[Reply to comment]

Ah! Little graduation into big bad world, how sweet. Hang in there mom, he is growing up:)

Summer, yikes, those can be long. Hope you have a pool to go to, that always tuckers them out.

Good Luck with planning a strategy:)