Monday, May 12, 2008

Yippee!





I am finally done with school! Graduation was on saturday, and though I did not attend, I stil get a diploma. This is so exciting to be finished. Well, until grad school. Ha.



It feels really strange to be done. I was so stressed out, and overwhelmed that it almost became a normal feeling. Now that I don't have anything extremely pressing to do (other than laundry, cleaning the apartment, wedding planning, house hunting, organization of clutter, switching winter clothes for summer clothes, getting my car inspected, and getting on the sub list with the board of Ed) this new feeling of freedom and relaxation is so stinking strange. So yes, there are many things to be done but none of them seem as daunting or as stressful as this past semester was. If I could get through that, I feel like I could do anything. Like fight an ogre. Or drive a stick shift. Either way, what a good (and strange) feeling it is.



So my last blog was about sled riding. Sorry. I was so swamped with school and student teaching, I barely had time to breathe. I have big plans for the summer. I am going to sub (hopefully) till the end of the school year. Then I might work a few days a week at the daycare Kole attends. I also want to go to:





Carnegie Science Center




Kole has been really interested in Anatomy. I am not even kidding, though I wish I was. There is an awesome bodies exhibit at carnegie and I think he would really dig it.


I hear they have an awesome Dinosaur Exhibit as well. Kole will go nuts!

The Pittsburgh Zoo
www.pittsburghzoo.org/

We didn't get to go last summer and Koley just loves it, and so do I!!




Dave Matthews Band Concert


www.dmband.com/






Its May 31st and we are pumped! Well I am. Zach is tolerating the idea=)


And possibly.........


Maine


Zach and Cass have invited us to visit them in Maine this summer. The idea is sounding better and better.

So there is is folks. An updated blog for all of you out there is cyber space. Much love to all.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Finally!
Congratulations Meggie-Doe...its been a rough road but YOU HAVE MADE IT!
I'm SO proud of you! You are an amazing daughter and mother!!!
love you!
dad

Tiffany Rose said...

yea! You're a graduate... again! amazing!!!

I think that a trip to NC would be a great idea too.. we've got a beach as well, and it's actually warm enough to swim in! :)

Tiffany Rose said...

yea! You're a graduate... again! amazing!!!

I think that a trip to NC would be a great idea too.. we've got a beach as well, and it's actually warm enough to swim in! :)

Mom said...

Congratulation darlin'! Your summer plans seem very exciting too. Maine would be wonderful! Yeah!...Green light! Thanks for the phone call. Love you so very much and I am so very proud of you.

Rachel said...

Yay--congrats!!! I know you are so relieved to be done with that! It looks like you have a wonderful summer planned out. Enjoy! :)

Hannah Elise said...

If you do go to Maine.
Then you need to make a stop in Massachusetts to visit us =).
We can take you to Boston!

Yay for graduation and being done with school!! It was good to see you guys last week! I hope the wedding planning and everything goes smoothly for you!

Love you!

Aunt Donna said...

Congratulations, Megan! So proud of you. And I'm so glad for the updated blog -- it's hard being this far away and not know what all's happening with you. :) Love you.

Nicole B. Guthridge said...

Congratulations Megan! It's awesome that you have been able to complete something like that. Good luck with the summer, getting a job, and grad school.
Nicole Leasure-Guthridge

Deborah said...

Congratulations, Megan! I loved getting an update on your life. Looks like you've got some fun stuff to do over the next few months. Keep us posted, er, uh, keep post-ing.
:)

Aunt Becky said...

Congrats, Meg! So proud of you - you are such a strong woman and a great momma!

Gotta echo Hannah's comment - a trip to Maine MUST include a stop in Massachusetts - we can go into Boston, Kole would love the aquarium and science museum. And a Red Sox game would be fun. Cape Cod is close too.

Sounds like a fun summer - enjoy and hope those wedding plans are going well! Love you lots.

Brittany said...

Congratulations, Megan!! The kids are giving you virtual high-fives, too.

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