Sunday, April 7, 2013

Putting the Spring in Break

Last week was spring break for my dashingly handsome sidekick and kids. We stayed home and did ... not much of any particular note except:
  • lots of weed pulling (dashingly handsome sidekick and small slaves)
  • lots of essay writing (dashingly handsome sidekick who is working feverishly on his National Board certification)
  • lots of gymnastics (six year old upped her hours over the break and hit some new milestones-- her first kip & cartwheel on the beam; she's getting ready for state testing this summer)
  • lots of reading (especially my eleven year old -- pictured below)
  • and I wrote more than 10,000 words on my YA contemporary WiP. (Yay!)
So it was a productive vaykay and I enjoyed the sleeping in a lot. It'll be tough to get everyone up early and back to school tomorrow, and I won't lie, I'll miss my crazy kids (even if they do fight a lot).

My daughter and her snuggly reading buddy
How about you? When was your spring break? Did you do anything fun?

7 comments:

  1. I love that the cat is curled up right behind her. Cats and books always seem to go well together.

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  2. Looks like you had a relaxing and productive vacation. My spring break is next week. I can't wait!

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  3. I am slightly ashamed to admit that our spring break was last week as well, as I have no such productivity to report! Well, aside from doing a really great job filling the hampers...bravo!

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  4. Next week. Planning to crash and go to the library lots. We also find a new path to the river. Planning to get outside & go for walks w/ the kiddos as much as possible!

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  5. Yay for more words, Amy! :) Glad to hear your spring break was a blast. Now that I am no longer a college student (weird...) I don't have a spring break.... :)

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  6. That's one productive week!
    We had a restful and relaxing vacation ... no writing. But I'm getting back into the groove this week.

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  7. You were more productive than me when it came to writing, Amy. I was in Anaheim (four days at Disneyland). I didn't get much writing done, but I did manage to brainstorm plot ideas.

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