I suck right now. I can't keep anything together. Part of me realizes I'm like this every spring, but it does seem to get worse every year. Work is a crazy mess, our schedule is a crazy mess, I'm not doing any of the things I want to do (because I like to sleep...the 6 or so hours I'm eeking out these days isn't enough, so I definitely can't decrease that number any.)
I started blogging to share, and to record. And I'm sucking hugely at that. So, I'm going to start throwing some little random thoughts up. I'm trying to slowly clean up some of the parts of these here space as well.
Last night Monster had his third baseball game. Can I just tell you that 7-8 year old boys are the sweetest age for baseball. (Girls are probably cute at that age with baseball as well, but we don't have any on our team.) They are really starting to understand the fundamentals of the game, but they are still so excited when something works right, and aren't afraid to show their enthusiasm. Of course it helps that we have an awesome team with a great coach. Really, I've been very impressed with our coach this year. He has worked hard on teaching the fundamentals to these kids, making sure that they do things the correct way without sounding like he is harping. And you see that when you watch them play another team. Our boys know what they are supposed to be doing. They aren't perfect, and they still miss a lot, but the basic principles are there. And of course, they are just so sweet looking in their uniforms.
PB (I need new nicknames...hmm, have to work on that) is doing so great. She was selected to participate in Mandarin Chinese classes through the school next year. She is so excited, and so am I. She's going to end up being so smart it's expensive :)
Bug is graduating in a little over a month. She was accepted into several schools, but will probably be going to the in state school and living at home. She has a sweet set up and knows it...lol. Seriously, besides saving us some cash, it gives us a chance to help her mature some more. She has the academics down, but some of those life skills need a little work.
Wow, that sounds like a Christmas letter...lol.