May 4, 2023

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  • The last day of school around here. Reagan aced her College Trig final. Graham wasn't as sure about his test today, but I'm not worried. The rest of us finished up school here at the house. 
  • It is odd to think that I now have a 5th grader, 6th grader, 8th grader, 10th, 11th and 12th grader. I even pulled out Whitman's school work for the fall which is one of my favorite things ever to do. Since we don't get to really buy school supplies (we don't really need anything), pulling out school work and getting a few new books each year is my favorite.
  • Whitman wsa in a super foul mood this morning when he did wake up. Maybe foul isn't the right word-he was just super grumbly. He did eventually perk up and finish his school. I helped him zoom through his math and soon he was done.
  • I took Bentley on an early walk when Reagan came home from her test which is also when Robby took Graham to take his test. Robby and Graham met me, Reagan, Campbell and Keaton at Kroger to fill up the cars with gas.
  • Then I headed with Campbell and Graham to the orthodontist. That was a quick trip, and they did not have to go back to the orthodontist until December. 
  • The next stop was the one that Reagan has been dreading. She did not want to go and get her ear piercing fixed because she didn't want to hurt anyone's feelings. It was incredibly easy, and the lady was very nice. 
  • Once the lady redid Reagan's piercing, it was even more super obvious that the hole was originally in the wrong spot. Since this was Reagan's 3rd hole in that ear-and the mistake piercing that didn't work on Saturday and then the hole they put in the wrong place-one of her ears has had 5 different piercings. Maybe she will be done for a while!
  • We stopped at 3 Fold for Reagan her end of the year treat. She shared with Keaton, and Graham decided that he wanted to wait for Whataburger later this weekend. We then came home and had a bit of down time before it was time to leave again.
  • Anderson had to leave pretty early so he could go and paint the fields. Robby went with him-he ran an errand or two and then just at and did his work until the rest of us showed up.
  • Our people didn't play any games tonight, but Graham was a ref twice and Campbell and Reagan had one game to ref. It was a nice night out there-and really, I do enjoy soccer more when our people aren't playing games-it is a little bit less stressful.
  • Once at home, we started on suppers. Some folks had eaten chickfila, Reagan made pasta, I had a bagel, and Robby made a pizza. 

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