This is Part 3 in a continuing series.
(This might be confusing, since I write most of the blog posts, but this is the Ms. Harrington installment of the faculty’s “What did you do this summer?” series.) I wish I had driven to Alabama or hiked to the top of Mt. Washburn this summer(okay, I don’t wish for either of those things, exactly). At least then I’d have an exciting summer blog post for you all. Not that my summer wasn’t exciting…
I spent the summer at home with my two small boys, full-time. Every day. Every hour. Every minute. Trust me when I tell you that teaching 20 of your teenage children at once is far simpler than entertaining two small children, aged one and four. I longed for classroom management issues. None of the students have made this face at me lately:
But, my hyperbole could give you the impression that it wasn’t fun, and that would be less than truthful. It was fun, and I did enjoy myself. Both Thomas and Cameron are the joy of my life and getting to spend the summer hanging out with them was a lovely gift. The other lovely gift in my summer was washable markers.