Back from the ISA Softball World Series in Crossville, TN. It rained a lot, and although The Child did very well, her team did not. On the plus side (in addition to The Child doing well), the hotel was nice, and I did not have to cook or take care of animals for four days. These are normally things I love to do, but a break is always nice, especially when you come home and the animals love you even more than when you left. Much love to The Boy, our intrepid teenage housesitter.
This week features nothing remotely resembling a summer vacation; The Child has been packed off to Nana for a week, and I am at home, planning for an open house on July 27th at 11 a.m. (RSVP if you'd like to join us; scavenger hunt for prospective students and meet/greet for parents!), a meeting with a new accountant, viewing a potential property, an accreditation meeting and meeting with various parents and students. Also planning for classes at LEAD for fall AP classes in US History.
This summer has achieved a land-speed record. All good things, and many more to come!