You missed sports. So many sports. Hours of baseball. I love me a good baseball game, but good grief- 4 innings is the max of my attention span. The season is almost over.
Both kids played soccer for our school. I don't think I ended up with any pictures of poor Lou at soccer this season. This was Bee's second year to play soccer. Here she is with green hair for the tournament. Her team had two photographer moms, which is the only reason I have pictures of her. I used to be so good. Now, I'm lucky to show up with the right kid and the right field with the right colored jersey.
We have two weeks of baseball and then we get to start summer sports camps!
Hubby has big news! This picture was taken two weeks ago. It was a happy first day of school picture! Hubby got a job at our school. He's serving now as the Director of Administration. Two weeks in and he's loving it! Seriously a burden has been lifted off of him.
He had been with his old job for 12 years and it was a good job for us for a long time. It allowed us to live in Florida for a few years and then move back to the midwest when we were ready. It allowed me to stay home with the kiddos when they were little. He gained a lot of great managerial experience and experience working with customers. He's been ready to move on for at least the last three years. The goal in me coming back to work full time was to allow him to have some freedom in his job hunt. We let a few things pass, knowing that the right thing would come along. It has! His birthday card from my mom said, "this is your year." I think it just might be.
I have news too- My grade level team leader has accepted another great job and I was asked to take her spot as third grade team leader. It's a bit more work (gulp) and lots of detail organizing stuff. I'm pretty sure I'm going to mess up but praying I'm given lots of grace.
Also, I was super surprised, like stupid surprised last week. At the evening awards ceremony I was awarded the Innovative Teacher of the Year award. Hubby knew for several days but I was dumbfounded. He had to nudge me and tell me to go onstage. I sat in the farthest spot from the stage and wore the floppiest shoes I own. You know when people say, it was an honor just to be nominated... well, I didn't know I was even a candidate. But, it is an honor to be this year's recipient.
Well, you're updated for now. Five days of school left. That's what's important at our house this week.