The kids are doing just fine. My son graduated from Pre-K. He also received Mastery in every skill. My daughter is heading to the third grade and brought home good grades as usual. And as they are headed off to camp this upcoming Monday, I’m headed to school and work. Not fair!
The Spring semester finally came to an end which it seemed like it never would. I have one more course to take this summer and I have to present my topic. Once my topic is approved, I present it in the fall for graduation. That Master’s degree will be conferred for your girl.
And then I decided that I am going to go back for my Ph.D in Science and Math Education, also known as SMED.
Dr. Carla Buckner. Please say the DR.
As I’ve mentioned before in my previous post, life has been pretty busy. My workload has picked up quite a bit, which is good but it also leaves me with little time left to come here and blog.
And as if I’m not busy enough, I’ve been invited back to my university’s engineering camp to teach robotics. That would mean that I’d have to get up at 5AM instead of 6:30 AM. I accepted anyway.
Because tuition = paid + a few extra Gs.
Back in April, my mantle said “Chile, PLEASE!” and just gave up holding up my television. As a result, I had to rearrange my living room because I was NOT putting my new television back on the mantle.
I reinstalled the mantle, did a little rearranging, and I think I like the arrangement better. (More on this later.)
I went thrifting recently and found a lot of treasures – tables, desks, lamps, etc. I’ve missed thrifting and being as though I don’t need not naaaahhhhhlllll ‘nother piece of furniture, I’ll only be returning for work clothing and books.
Oh, and my garden is thriving. My mother and my grandmother used to always tell me that the key is to talk to your plants. I think it works.
So, there’s a real updated in less than 400 words. What’s new on your end?