In the blink of an eye, spring break is over, and I am beyond behind on my 365 post.
We spent the entire first week of spring break in Whistler. The snow this year has just be amazing. The kids both made great progress in a short time. Savanna can now tackle the entire beginner hill on her own without assistance. Josh is leading me down tree runs that scare the crap out of me.
I went with Josh’s class on a field trip today. I must have taken over a hundred photos of the kids. At the end, this one is my favorite. It was the start of the field trip, and the sun light was shining through this old window.
Josh asked me to play Lego with him the other night. I do love Lego, but I am just at a loss of what to build when he plopped a huge box of thousands of pieces in front of me.
I picked up a white shark and a figure, and started playing with them. Then I had this idea of building an ocean scene. I enlisted Josh’s help to make some fish with bricks, we found an octopus and some greens we used as seaweed.
At the end, I was quite pleased with the scene of a great white shark eating this poor man in the ocean.
I like this garage. That is all.
I had a really, really, really shitty start to the week. Multiple things have gone wrong both on the client front and on the staff front. I came in to work early this morning to deal with some things, but really all I wanted to do was curl up in fetal position, suck on my thumb, and rock back and forth.
While I was deep into doing some research, Sonia walked into my office and put a cup of coffee on my desk. I was like, uh, what’s this? She said she brought me coffee because she knew I was having a shitty week.
Sometimes, things can get shitty in life. But then when you have friends like Sonia, who reads your mind before you even realize how you are feeling, the shitty-ness all of a sudden does not seem so bad.