What, besides school, is going on?
K, the Bug, and I went to visit a dear church lady who is in the nursing home. The Bug had a death grip on my neck. This was unfamiliar territory. But by the end of the visit, she blew a kiss to our sweet church friend. Actually, she blew a kiss to a couple of residents on our way out, and we didn't know them. Kids warm up fast.
Tiny Town is gearing up for Labor Day. I think L and CB will be home to enjoy the celebration. Well, as much as you can enjoy anything in 90+ temperatures. They have to watch the turtle and frog races closely. Next year, they could have a contender.
U Football starts this week. The Mr. and I will be there. We will be the ones in U colors. (Well, one of about 50,000.)
Oh, and the hair is still going gray. I haven't taken photos lately; it hasn't changed much. But the next month should be interesting. (I'm anticipating student comments soon.)
School seems to be taking up most of my mornings, afternoons, and evenings. I need a break.
I need to think about something else: hence, the gray hair, Labor Day, dear church ladies who are dealing with health issues, and football.
Now, school stuff calls.