The transition from spring to summer. The official packing away of coats, boots, and winter clothes. The month of more sun and easing nights.
The month of non-stop activity!
May 2012 presented itself with a calendar that has left me in a whirlwind.
Planned and executed a very good surprise 18th birthday party for my son, complete with one of his lifelong friends traveling to our somewhat-still-new-city and his friends surprising him with a jazz set (he sang wonderfully and had the crowd on their feet!)
His birthday then a violin recital then my birthday then Mother's Day then a couple field trips thrown in then Brownie Court of Awards then high school Drama Banquet (which I planned all by myself for over 120 people) to his last day to graduation activities to a guitar recital to his sisters' last day of school!
The merry merry month of May is leaving me breathless, but smiling. Wonder what will happen in June?
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