Today is the last day of school here and I’m ready to be done with homework and rigid schedules. I’ll probably cry watching my youngest at his kindergarten graduation. Which I used to think was ridiculous, but just think of how cute it will be when he’s a senior and I make him hold up his kindergarten graduation robe and picture. You know I’m going to do that. For now, it’s time to share some of my favorite reads of the week(I’m especially random this week in my choices, so there’s something for everyone). Since school is finally out, I’ll be scheduling guest posts for summer, so if you want to write here, fill out this super quick form.
Lea always has a way with words. Her promise to her kids about what she’d do if they went to Neverland is so sweet(and then her kids act like mine, which made me laugh). Going to Neverland and Never Coming Back
I never would have thought of this really clever and easy hack for making a baseball tee. Even I could do this! Awesome How to Make a Batting Tee from a Pool Noodle from Deirdre.
It’s been many years since I did this, but I can still remember that feeling of running my fingers through my hair and maybe squeezing a little tighter than I should so more strands would come out. I didn’t know there was a name for it until years later. Andrea writes Watch Me and You’ll See.
If you’ve ever let Pinterest convince you to do something way more complicated than your original plan, you’ll relate to One Classy Motha’s How Pinterest took my party planning from “Blah” to “Please take this hammer out of my hand.”
12 Things I Learned at Summer Camp That are Still True I nodded right along with Sharon’s list.
Lisa’s Deep Thoughts from a Late Bloomer is creepy. Okay, not really, but creepy in that it reads like she took a peak inside my head and shared these lessons it’s taken me a long time to learn.
Plus, this status, that you just know has a story behind it. 😉