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Thursday, August 21, 2008

It's the little things that kill, tearing at my brain again....

Hey there, yes, I am still alive.

I had a blast in Boston! Seeing my sister was great. Hanging out with her fiance was fun. We got Shell's wedding dress -- well, ordered it, anyway, and it will be here in a couple months -- I can't wait! I even did well and didn't eat anything too bad at the Italian Festival. Go me!

I would show the wedding dress to you all, but I am pretty sure my brother-in-law- to-be bookmarked this blog, so I can't -- dang you Terry! hehe

I won't get into the drive up and back, because I will just get stressed...however I will mention that google, yahoo, and mapquest all need to start mentioning ROTARYS in the state of Massachusetts in their directions. I nearly had a coronary when I encountered 3 on the way....and promptly got lost in 2 of them. But anyway...

I got back Sunday afternoon, and had a nice dinner with the family. Nothing special really happened this week - cheerleading practice for the girls on Tuesday was fun (I'm an assistant coach), and I am looking forward to this with them. Tonight we have another practice. woot!

But yesterday, something awesome happened. Now it won't seem like much to you all....but kaity got a postcard in the mail yesterday...

"Ohhh! A postcard form school, wonder who it is from?" I thought. So I flipped it over...

I was very pleased at this development. The teacher kaity has is awesome, and I am good friends with one of the teacher's aides. I am very much looking forward to the first day of school (1 week from today - WOOT!) and seeing how Kaity likes this teacher. Emily loved her.

so yep, that's my world....I've been in a bit of a mental funk......so I haven't blogged.....meh

~Cissa

3 flame(s) added to the fire:

Blondefabulous said...

I love it when the teachers take the time to send the post cards before school! Many school have stopped doing it because of $$$ problems, and they don't pay teachers enough to be able to afford to do it on their own. It just makes the child feel so special, and in the end, that special feeling is what makes the difference between kids liking school and kids LOVING school!

sybil law said...

Awww - Gilda's teachers send her letters, too! It is sweet! (She goes to a small school so it's fairly simple.)
Anyway, I lived in Boston! I miss it!!

Queenie said...

That is such a cool idea to send a personal postcard. Glad the teacher choice worked out for you. Stress on the first day sucks!!

May you find your way out of your funk my friend. It seems to be going around. Busy time of year for everyone. Happy wishes to you.