*Yesterday was the 4th anniversary of the Tiny Town Tornado. I am so used to the changes, that I sometimes forget that we went through all of that. (Though it still makes me sick to my stomach to think back on those first few months in town and the years of Trailer High!)
*Our Bible School had 76 students that attended. Of course, all of them didn't make it for the program on Sunday, but it sure is fun to see those little ones in our church. (A new church after the tornado.)
*K, the Bug, and I took a day trip to Big City yesterday. First stop: Auntie L's. Then we went to The Coffeehouse so that K and L could catch up with old friends. Three of K's girlfriends had babies in a three month period last year. The babies had never met. The Bug is the oldest and most mobile. (I was going to say most aggressive, but...!!) Besides K, J, and B with their little ones, their fourth friend M was there, too. Her second little one is due in the next month. So there were four babies there, if you count the one in utero!
Tiff at the Coffeehouse is another little sister, like L. She graciously volunteered to be the hostess, so I got to see her house. It is such a beautiful home, and she has a chocolate Lab that the Lady Bug loved! I also had a chance to catch up with Tiff & J's mom. She was a good friend when she lived in Tiny Town area, and I miss her now that she has moved away. It was so good to see her.
The three babies are all the same weight and just adorable. They were totally the center of attention. (I think they knew that!)
*Today the Bug is at her new sitter's house. K said she was already in the toy room playing before she left. New babysitter volunteered to pinch the Bug so she would cry when Mommy left. I think K was relieved that there weren't any tears. AND, the Bug gets to go to the pool this afternoon with the big kids at the sitter's. It's a big day!
*I'm lunching with a colleague today, and then I figure it is time to start some summer work on school things for next fall. If I don't, I'll leave it all until the end of the summer, and then I'll be in a panic. I'm living proof that even if teachers don't teach during the summer, the teacher's head is still in school. Always will be, I guess.