the end of my crazy, insane, hectic week that is..
Today was the first day of the sub sale. I did not have as much stuff out as I would like, but considering how busy I have been the last few weeks, I am lucky I had anything at all. We were almost non stop with people until about 2 p.m. We were so busy, I forgot to take any pictures. I did score an excellent deal at my neighbors sale around the corner. Their sale was MASSIVE! They were so many cars, you could barely drive down the street. I scored these wonderful extra large flower pots for only $5 each. I am always looking for nice large containers, but I don't always want to pay the high price. I am not sure what I am going to do with them yet, but I am sure I will think of something.
I had to leave my friend in charge of the sale a few times to pick up kids. My high school student only had one exam today. This morning, I had to get all 3 kids in 3 different places in 30 minutes time. I was exhausted by 8 a.m, but they all got where they needed to be on time. LOL! I was thankful that I don't have to do that every day since my high school student normally did not have to be at school that early. She was finished with her exam by 9:20 a.m. She is now done with 3 of her classes and has just a few more to finish up online. I got another call a little after 2. Kara had field day at her school today. She had been given the okay from the physical therapist to participate in some of the events, but she would have to sit out when they were running or kicking events. After a few hours it got to be too much for her, so her teacher allowed her to come home early. We then had our LAST physical therapy appointment at 4. YEA! She has really improved in therapy, and now only has one small bruise on her foot. We have one more visit to the Orthopedist on Monday, but it looks like she will be released after a 6 week recovery.
Since I have barely had a second to spare these last few weeks, we are just putting the teacher gifts together tonight. Tomorrow morning they have a half day, and then they are out for the summer. Better late, than never right?!
We made a thank you for being so sweet bag for her bus driver. When Kara was on crutches, she really looked after Kara every single day on the bus. She saved the front seat for her and would drop her off in front of our house instead of way down the street. She really likes this bus driver, and I hope we have her again next year.
For her teachers we made a fun little goody bag full of colorful and useful things. They will be getting a tote bag, clip board, note pads, blank cards, fun fruit erasers and flower pens.
Kyles para and special ed teacher will be getting Panera gift cards if I can ever get him to write his thank you note. Kyle is in regular classes for most of the day, but would have a much harder time getting to through the day without their help. I felt they really should have a meal on us, after all they have been through with Kyle. I did get the nicest phone call the other day. I was told he had done a wonderful job on a group presentation. He was full participating and seemed happy to do so. His teacher said it was a goosebump moment, and he is very proud of how for Kyle has come this year.
Since it is still a school night, I guess we better get to bed soon. I am so exhausted, I think I might fall asleep as soon as I hit the pillow!!!