Today is the first day of summer–not the first day of official summer–but really the first day of my summer…
When I am not blogging and researching and trying to figure out nutrition I am also a teacher.
Of small human beings. Well at least, younger human beings…most of my students by the end of the year are taller than me.
So today I celebrate the last 182 school days–and all the accomplishments my younger humans and I have made!
My kids have learned all kinds of US History, some have learned to say please and thank you, and others have embraced the idea that they can be anything they want to be if they are willing to work for it.
More importantly, my kids taught me all kinds of things as well. And for that I am grateful.
The year was excruciatingly long as school years can be and at the same time surprisingly short.
We taught and learned through an eclipse, a mega moon, Hurricane Harvey, a snowstorm this area has not seen in 10 years, and an early heat wave followed by the last frost of the season.
We call all that normal Texas weather–never predictable–just like each school year.
For today, I am setting aside lesson plans, nutrition plans, craft projects, decluttering ideas and meal prepping.
Because today is the first day of summer–for me and for my students.
I’m just going to enjoy today! Let the summer begin!