We’ve had a busy week from two-hour doctor visits for a well check-up for William to a job interview for me at the high school where I used to work to lots of various home repair. Basically, our roof was rotted—but that’s cool. Then, there was the plumbing leak underneath the house and all the smelly, sitting water. Let’s just throw in a little black mold on some of the drywall, thanks to the roof rot, shall we? Yes, so it would be great to maybe have some more income rolling in because the air conditioner isn’t getting any younger either.
It would also be great because I love the high school where I used to teach. The students make camo look adorable and I could tell today that everyone from the principal to the teachers to the students take a lot of pride in what they are doing there.
We’ve managed to snap a few of the kids, so here’s a few for the grandmas, especially.
The whole prospect of going back to work has helped kick up my stay-at-home routine up a notch. I always think I’m a person who decorates for the holidays, but for whatever reason, I know the pumpkin won’t get bought until days before Halloween. Still, we managed to make some Halloween rice krispie treats to bring to Clara’s first Tallahassee birthday party.
Before we realized that we would be rebuilding our house this year, we celebrated the arrival of the Alaska PFD with a used bike for Aaron, and thanks to the Piehs, we have this sweet bike trailer that Clara loves to ride in.
She does love it, though this picture may indicate otherwise.
And after receiving a very polite request from my mom for more pictures of the Big W on this here blog, I told Aaron to snap away. Here’s my big guy holding his head up like he’s six-months-old.
We can make little guy smile just about anytime we want so we tried to get one of the face that can light up an entire house. I love my kids.