Saturday, March 19, 2016

SOL 19: It's Time for School: A Reflection on Spring Break.

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Spring break ends this weekend.  On Monday, we go back to work.  It's time.  I've missed my Little Friends, and we have some more work to do.  And I can't wait to go back.

But there is much to celebrate about this last week.

Lots of time to share meals with friends and family.
Time to get a few projects done.  (Under the boys' beds?  clean.  Game cupboard?  Clean.  One bathroom?  Deep Cleaned.  My clothes?  Purged a bit.)
More time with friends.
A nap.  (Or two.)
Time to write!
Time to read!
Shopping for an "I'll never stop growing" boy-complete.
A night out with my favorite 11 year old.
Willie!
An NCAA Shoot Around Afternoon.
Late night basketball.

A Miracle Indeed.  Last night my Alma matter did this. We love basketball in our house.  This was so fun to watch.  I'm so happy for the Panthers.  And Jesperson's Mama.  She must be so happy this morning.  :)

I hope that you too are finding things to celebrate this weekend!

Joy!
Kendra

 


6 comments:

  1. I love your reflection, and it sounds as though you have had a fabulous spring break! Congrats to your alma mater--mine did well, too (SFA!) so yay for both of us!

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  2. I love your reflection, and it sounds as though you have had a fabulous spring break! Congrats to your alma mater--mine did well, too (SFA!) so yay for both of us!

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  3. I heard about that exciting Panthers win. A former colleague lives in Iowa now & is so excited that all 3 teams won. I like the way you shared your spring break, Kendra. Hope these last few days are terrific, too.

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  4. Wonderful week indeed - you certainly did a lot. Lots to celebrate.

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  5. Wonderful week indeed - you certainly did a lot. Lots to celebrate.

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  6. I am glad that you enjoyed your break, Kendra. Now you must be celebrating your return to the classroom. Enjoy the children's smiles and energy.

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