Thursday, September 04, 2008


The bad news is that my poor town still has no electricity from the hurricane, and probably won't for quite awhile.  The good news is that we had no damage to our house and are actually visiting with family until the situation is resolved; however long that my be:) 

Not much else has been going on in my world.  School started back up and I am coaching two cross country teams; one junior high and one high school.  I probably run between 7-12 miles a day.  I am also coaching my son's school's swim team. I know, I am crazy, but I do love being active.  

The babies go to mother's day out twice a week so I will have time to volunteer at William's school.  I really love his teacher this year and he is doing a great job in kindergarten. However, I am looking into some magnet programs for him for next year. I am not totally dissatisfied with the school he is at now, but I would love for him to go to a public school. Also, the magnet schools are kick ass! The one I would love for him to be able to attend immerses the students in either french or spanish. How cool to become bilingual. He really is gifted when it comes to grasping languages, words, definitions, etc. Anyway, in the meanwhile I am going to see if I can find a tutor so he and I can take lessons.  

I can't believe that in one month little bit will be 1 year old. He is such a big boy now and I enjoy every second with him and potato. Potato is 6 months old and I think she is teething. Also, last time at court her case was changed from reunification to adoption and her case worker is working on the TPR packet probably as I type.  No word from Little Bit's grandparents, I guess they lost interest already....


Dream Mommy said...

How was your first hurricane? Sucks huh? We were lucky this time. Power is back on but only because supervisor of power company lives on the next street. Enjoy your little getaway as much as possible.

JUST A MOM said...

I am late I am sorry but hey not like your going anywhere huh,,, I am sorry you got booted out of your house and hey come out here... it is dry.