Saturday, June 19, 2010

Coming To You Live From The Boonies

Bloggies! I've missed you! Terribly, terribly missed you! I was so worried that big exciting things had happened in blogworld since I've been missing, but I'm glad to say that I only have about a hundred and eight posts to catch up on!

But Bloggies, the internet here is. so. slow. Really, it's practically painful and I can just feel myself cringing from one loading sign to the next!

However, the weather today is BEAUTIFUL which is mostly awesome because the past three days have sucked more than a new filter on a Hoover vacuum. Just who's idea was it anyway to let mother nature wreak havoc in my little corner of the world? I just keep waiting for summer to actually to start and instead I'm get April all over again!

Since the sun is choosing to shine for me baby today, I brought my camera down from Staff Housing and have decided that today is the day for capturing the Beauty that is Twinlow so I can just show it to you the next time I bring my laptop with me to dinner. (Which hasn't actually ever happened before.)

Anyway, I'm just chomping at the bit to get outside and go from spooky ghosty to normal people color, if ya know what I mean?

And Prince and I need all the relaxation we can get because we are going from having 12 chilllens to ponder about to 30 screaming, name calling, I'm going to shove you in the lake, rugrats that will need our undivided attention from 7 in the morning until 6 in the evening.

That folks, is what I like to call a long day.

I love me some rugrats, I really do. But not even real life teachers are stuck with a classroom full of kids that long. It's almost painful, really. Good thing I'm young, vivacious and mostly insane. :) Right?


  1. 7am to 6pm is most definitely a very long day! Hope you're having fun!

  2. Wow, that's an insane amount of kids every day all day. I was almost a camp counselor this summer and I'm almost glad I didn't. Especially because Texas summers are insanely hot.

  3. Oh! But at least we had high speed wireless internet. So I kept my laptop in my locker in the staff lounge.

  4. I feel your pain. Except I had overnight kids when I was a camp counselor. So, most of the time I had to deal with kids nearly 24 hours a day, except when they were asleep... and I got some nights off from having to put them to bed... and a couple half hour breaks during the day... one one day off like every ten days or so...
    It was a love hate job.


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