Tomorrow is our last day of school. Hooray! The school staff and students have been counting the days left since the first of May. We’ve been working hard packing and cleaning the kitchen. The fridge and freezer are already empty and by the end of tomorrow a quick inventory.
Tomorrow’s lunch would a bag with a sandwich, carrots, applesauce, chips, and a juice. It’s a simple lunch with a little bit too clean. Pick a bag, grab a milk, and enjoy. Meanwhile the kids eat, we will finish cleaning the kitchen and putting away the rest of the supplies. By 2pm and with a quick inventory and orders for the fall all done, we will say our goodbyes. They will be tears for the ones who are retiring and for the kids who are graduating and moving away.
We will take our bags and turn the lights off. We will disappear for a while with a huge smile, knowing we’ve a wonderful school year.
And for the next three months, I will be enjoying my summer vacation…. recharging for the next round.
Daily Post: Disappear
Today is my last day of vacation and already feeling excited for the school year. However, I want to say a good bye to my dear vacation.
One Wednesday- Liner hosted by Linda G. Hill.
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My heart detonates of happiness as soon I saw my granddaughters faces at the airport. I spend a day with my daughter before heading back home. The girls would hold my hands and they won’t let it go. Now we’re back home and ready to spend our fun summer with lots of love.
Daily Post: Detonate
I’ve survived so many things in my life from breast cancer, depression, and now a tough school year. Yes, when I said tough means it was. I survived the transfer to a different school, working in a different environment, changing the old routines for new ones, dealing with a different staff, adding more responsibilities, and a horrible winter.
Tomorrow (Friday) it will be the last day of school and it’s time to take a break. I will miss the smiles, the “have a nice day”, and the “was for lunch”. As for now I want to enjoy the summer and my grandkids. After all its well deserved it.
In exactly seven days it will be the end the school year. No matter how excited I can be about summer vacation, I’ve the qualms about being off for three months without a paycheck. My husband doesn’t want me to find a temporary part-time job. He constantly reminds me how short the summer can be in North Dakota. Also, I’m picking up our granddaughters in Arizona the following day. They will be spending the summer with us. Our first plan for the summer would be camping at the lake. It’s their favorite place.
I know I worried too much and after a while of rethinking I realize everything will be okay. My husband wants me to enjoy and relax, especially after being suffering with depression almost the entire winter. What can I say I married a wonderful man and after 34 years he still shows how important I am to him.
Daily Post: Qualm