Summertime—and the Living is Easy
Today was my last day of school. So long school year, 2006-2007. Itâ€™s beenâ€¦real.As in real long. Real exhausting. And real glad itâ€™s over.
2. Spend some time with the cats, Grady and Miller. I think I have neglected one of the fuzzy wonders, as he is behaving destructively. And again, for those that keep up, heâ€™s on meds. He has a running prescription of anti-depressants, but I think I probably need them more. Cat is psycho. Could be the green bedroom though. I wonder if this could get us on Dr. Phil?
3. Clean my house. I hear itâ€™s what most people do. I think Iâ€™ll give it a try and see if itâ€™s all itâ€™s cracked up to be. I have my doubts.
Some Berenstain Bears. If we all read those, weâ€™d know a proper bedtime is important, itâ€™s not nice to yell at our siblings and neighbors, and parents (or teachersâ€”especially short speech teachers) usually know best.
5. Find a wrinkle cream. I donâ€™t really want to talk about it.
6. Drink lots of ice tea. (Which unfortunately racks up a lot of summer pee time)
8. Layout and get a tan. Just kidding.
9. Do the Beth Moore Bible study on Daniel. Because that is one smart, southern girl. (Weâ€™re a lot alike like that).
10. Try to enjoy the break instead of waking up every day with the thought, â€œOh, my gosh. I only have _________ more days left!â€
And I want to say George Bushâ€™s announcement today that