We hit the ground running in August.
Our school district adopted new curriculum for English Language Arts so we spent some extra time coding the curriculum.
It was a beast.
We enjoyed the last few weeks of the "dog days of summer."
I continued to read.
We tried to get to them before the birds, and the dogs.
We spent some more time at the Lake with friends.
We celebrated Steve's parents 40th wedding anniversary.
They celebrated the start-of-school-German-tradition by presenting the kids with a Kindercone.
I read some more.
We started school.
Macy a 7th grader.
Zachary a 3rd grader.
I'm still teaching Research and Technology in the Library.
I spent many days outside talking to my succulents.
They had a great year.
Although we had technically finished "travel ball" for Sierra, Zachary joined the CS Travel Ball team and we ventured to Morro Bay for the weekend for a tournament.
We ate at House of JuJu, because we like food.
Not sure if there is enough evidence in this blog to support that, yet.
One of my all-time favorite restaurants.
Legend has it, there is a tortilla at the bottom of that taco.
We breakfasted at a cute little coffee house down the street from our hotel.
I fail to remember the name.
When we returned home from our nice weekend, Macy began her campaign to run for the junior high Vice President.
Her slogan, MVP- Macy Vice President.
She constructed a well thought out speech and won.
We had friends over to hang out.
Worked on a few house projects= new garbage disposal installed by Hottie McHotpants, himself.