Thursday, May 19, 2016

What May Looks Like

After surviving finals week, I'm already in summer mode by the time commencement begins.
Midnight and the parking lot is still full during Dead Week.
My faculty award from the students this year made me laugh. Can you tell I taught Pchem this year?
May is when my summer starts, but the boys are still in school. I start working part-time keeping H a couple days extra a week.
The boys pretending to be "doctors."

May brings sunshine (mostly) and more time for active fun...

....posing by the first lilly, and picking up brothers at school.

After a month of sprinting to finish up the semester, I think I notice the everyday good things a little more. Like brother and sister drawing together...

....and enjoying the fort that H got her brothers to build for her.

We ate lunch together in the fort.

We celebrated a winning soccer season...

...and took care of a doctor appointment.

I love to see L Child drawing. Even more so?
I loved getting a glimpse of how his brain works.
If you ever get to talk to him about his drawing process, you should.
I get to catch up with friends (but I usually just take pics of their cute kids).

I drag H to grocery shop during her nap time. 

But no worries, she perks up and draws.

And the best part so far? I got to meet my beautiful new niece Logynn Whitley.

The boys were just as taken with her as they were with H almost three years ago.

And I also discovered that H is a baby hog. 
She would exclaim, "She's wiggly!" 

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