I don't want to bore you all with all the mundane activities going on around here (even though I just did, LOL) but there are a few exciting events that have gone on, or will be going on in the next couple of weeks:
-Graduation ceremonies will be happening on June 28th for Cameron. He's graduating from grade 8 and moving onto high school.
-Spencer's graduation from high school is on June 29th. I think this is going to be a tough one for me.
-the big Canada's Wonderland trip for the school band is on Friday. 12 hours of fun, fun, fun! I'm still waiting to hear if my services are needed as a parent-volunteer.
-I spent the night in the emergency department on Sunday night after experiencing some pain behind my shoulder blade, in my chest, and numb hands. All the tests showed that there was no cardiac event, or blood clot in my lung. It sounds like a pinched nerve or something like that. I still have pain, but it's slowly getting better
-Spencer has is graduation prom next Friday. He told me on Monday that he decided to go. Now we have to scramble to find something to wear.
-Matt hasn't had any luck finding a job ... I don't know, but I think it might have something to do with the fact that he hasn't APPLIED ANYWHERE!!!
-on the other hand, I have tons of big cleaning getting done that I don't seem to have time to do
-I'm thinking that he should apply to Molly Maid because he really does do a good job
-I hear they make decent money
-anyone need some housecleaning services?
-I'm so excited about our upcoming summer vacation. We finally got it all organized and figured out, but I think I will save all the details for another post.
I'm not getting a lot of scrapping done these days with everything that is going on. So, instead, I'll share a couple of layouts that are sitting in my computer:
This layout was from our ladies trip to Virginia Beach two years ago. This was the morning we were all leaving to come home.
I don't think I've shared this one here yet. It's also from two years ago from our summer vacation to Tennessee. I can't believe how much two years have changed the boys!