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Time Is Tickin'

Posted by Patience on August 7, 2009 at 8:00 AM in SchoolSummer Fun
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The school supplies are back in the stores, it feels like the time on summer is winding down. Before long we'll be packing lunches and backpacks, rushing out the door. I try not to mention this too much as we wish it could stay summer forever over here.

Are you ready for summer to be done at your house? Have you started the earlier bedtimes yet? Or do you soak in every last minute?

If school is on your brain, check out this awesome guide to all things about going to school. It's especially great if you have a first timer.


Jess writes...

I'm feeling ready for school, but more in a way of looking forward to the good things about the school year, rather than being sick of summer. I'm not done with summer yet!!! I keep thinking of planning a series of last-hurrah outings with friends to pick fruit, have picnics, sit by the river, have dinners. Ahhh!

On the flip side, I'm excited to get back into the school communities, seeing the leaves change, walking to school, wearing jeans, and all that great fall stuff.

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