Since I’m not a twin, I can’t imagine what it’s going to feel like for my girls to split up and go to different colleges. I have a hunch they can’t quite imagine what it’s going to feel like either. Please note the title of the article in the first beach picture. I believe it’s about the Kardashians, however, with high school graduation looming, it’s a funny photo to unearth at this time. Oh, the irony of life, isn’t it grand?
Cape Cod beach day.
Coming from or going to Mirabelles bakery in Burlington, Vermont.
New York City for their 9th birthday to see “Wicked”.
Lucy’s hair flying on the shuttle to the Martha’s Vineyard ferry.
Getting ready for the Justin Bieber concert, Quebec City.
I woke up early (ever earlier than usual today) at 5:00 and the birds were chirping and the sun was shining. I walked out into the garden to have my coffee and take some photos of spring growth. It seemed like a lovely time to reflect on Mother’s Day. Here are my dominant thoughts on the subject of MOTHERING.
1. It’s ridiculously hard and it’s often quite funny. If I can find the funny more often, then it makes the hard a lot more tolerable. I feel that our home life is way more like Theater of the Absurd than anything else.
This is a great quote for the end of the school year. I don’t know how year after year I am a little surprised about how ridiculously busy this time of year is. I don’t write as well as the blogger whose link I provided below. If you are a mother or father her link will make you laugh until you cry. Thank you Jen.