Here are several things I know about May:
May is the month after April, in which I took a trip with Mr. P and enjoyed six days away from the ducklings.
May is the month right before June, in which all of my ducklings will be out of school and home again.
May involves overnight school trips, campouts, AHG field trips, service projects, book fairs, school auctions, and Memorial Day.
May makes me feel like I have a timer running down in my head. Tick, tock, tick, tock . . .
May is a month of growth. Growth means a lot of blackberry brambles in my backyard. Blackberry brambles mean a lot of yardwork in my future.
May is the month I signed my first new copywriting client since reopening my doors.
May is the month in which Tiger turns 11.
May is also the month when I fully expect to amply supply several 11-year-old boys with pizza, soda, candy, and enough AA batteries to keep four XBOX controllers running for the course of a “sleepover.”
May promises to be a wild ride.
Till next we meet (perhaps in June) . . .