Our lazy, lovely summer has come to an end. While it was a hard one for our country, it was a rich one for my family. We enjoyed days full of sunscreen and sweat, painters tape and play, grandparents and good friends. Would you indulge me as I do a numeric recap? Let’s not launch into weighty topics just yet.
Exact number of days we had off from school: 80
Hours spent watching the Olympics: 25
Hours spent discussing why Michael Phelps would name his son Boomer: 5
Hours one child spent “supervising” our neighbor’s front walkway project while he snuck math problems into the conversation: 10
Times the kids stole my phone: 27
Times my phone informed me its memory was full because of videos they made: 27 Continue reading “Brawls, big projects, and bad smells (Or our summer)”