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August 28, 2006

Making Ready

La Tahoe is home, finally! I think Husband was as happy as I was to go get her, because he's had to drive his car all weekend; he commented this morning that his car hasn't had this many people in it....ever. And this is the most I've ridden in his car since we were dating...ten years ago.

I know, I KNOW, if I could get past my brain farts and learn to drive a stick I could have just taken his car and been done with it, but I'm sorry, I cannot coordinate my feet!

In other news, tomorrow is the first day of school, and I think Son is ready to go. I've got his school supplies in his backpack (sharpened dinosaur pencils!), lunch fixin's were bought today, the juice packs are chillin', and his clothes are laid out. He got a hair cut, so he looks groomed.

Husband said I'm stressing out over this more than Son is, but I'll admit there's a certain "groove" a parent gets into when school is in session. It's as much a routine for parents as it is for the kids!

At least I've got La Tahoe back, so we don't have to wait for the bus in the rain in the morning. (This humidity is making me look like I have an afro!)

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Posted by Groovyvic at 04:59 PM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0)

You could learn to drive stick except it would be tough since you live out in the country. To start learning stick it's alot easier if you live in a suburban area.

Posted by: junebee at August 28, 2006 07:34 PM

I can't deal with the stickshift either.

My girls went back to school today, too, with their Disney princess pencils and silly folders. Yes, they're 17 and 14 and both in high school!

Posted by: Anna at August 29, 2006 11:58 AM