Ducky Diaries: A day late, a dollar short

Thursday, May 26, 2016

A day late, a dollar short

 I meant to write this post out yesterday, but, you know.........  Life. 
The 26th was Bear's last day of school (possibly of pre-k, possibly not, but that's a story for a different day, or basically a story for the end of August when I actually know myself, because everyone involved with Bear's I.E.P. handled this move to another district like they had no effing brains.) and yesterday was the first official day of summer vacation in our house.

Surprisingly no one died, or maimed anyone. So....... the outlook is pretty good for us I think. We're still early on in the season though.  Check back in 3 months, it may be a wildly different story.

*I'm actually smack dab in a "Monster Week" episode and writing this at 9:15 p.m. *cough cough* HOW ABOUT SUM PICTURES YOU GUYS!!?!?!?!?!?!?

Is basically what I'm saying. ;)

Bear's school throws a last day bash (picnic for pre-k) so I got to go be pulled in a million different directions by my kids and then drag them home kicking and screaming (mostly ZO) afterwards, but it was a really nice time

                                              "Last day of school! Heck yea!!!!" - says Bear
                                                                  shooting hoops!
                           "I made a basket but my mom sucks at camera angles!"

 (You can't see it but this little girl offered to share her cupcake with Zo and Zo proceeded to shove the entire thing in her mouth like a squirrel preparing for winter.)

                                                                     Picnic time!








    FIRST DAY OF SUMMER IS
  AWESOME! YESSSSS WE LOVE     THIS POOL! THANK YOU SO
       MUCH MOM!!!!

        (Story told by Zo)


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