This week, my daughter's AP Government class won the state We the People competition in Boise. They will be going to D.C. in April to compete at nationals! It's a thrill for them and we are such stay at home's that my daughter has never flown before. I would love to go with the class as I have never been to D.C. either, but it just won't work out this year.
Lisa will graduate in May as valedictorian of her class and I keep asking her what quilt she wants for graduation. Her sister had picked hers out a couple years in advance, although I didn't start sewing it until spring break of Amy's senior year. I finished the binding 30 minutes before we left for graduation! I would like to have Lisa's done a little sooner than that!
I work as a teacher's aide at a one room school and one of the students asked me this week if I knew anyone who procrastinated. He had already looked up the meaning of the word in the dictionary (my standard answer to them if they ask what a word means). I had to laugh and say yes I do! That is me and it drives me crazy that I do that. It's almost like I work better under pressure or something, but it annoys me anyway!