It was another busy week at school! Monday started standardized testing season, and so I rushed from morning AP testing to our lunchtime college signing day celebration. Such fun for the kids! They all posed for photos with college banners while wearing their college shirts. I had a selection of stickers for anyone that didn't have the right shirt quite yet.
Sydney came home on Wednesday for the summer. She is taking online summer classes which seems to be the norm for all of her UF friends. We have been going to trivia on Thursdays recently and won second place again this week! It was May 4th and so there were lots of Star Wars themed questions.
I skipped right past the rocket launch last Sunday. It was a Falcon heavy and it was beautiful!
Then yesterday was Cinco di Mayo, we were a bit worried that our usual Mexican restaurant would be too busy. It was packed, but we managed to get a table and met up with my old running partner and her husband. I think the drinks were stronger than usual because I am really feeling it this morning. That could also be old age.
There are still two more solid weeks of standardized testing. I'm not supposed to do anything while the kids are taking tests, so I usually try to get my steps in each day as I walk around the room to monitor progress. I am easily getting 15,000 steps in during each test. I try to stay caught up on regular work when I am not in tests, kids still need help with dual enrollment classes or documentation needed for colleges or scholarships or just random questions that they need answered. We are double checking all the graduation requirements of course and getting everything prepped for commencement. All such good stuff this time of the year! I thought that the summer would be a break, but it is starting to fill up with college boot camps and workshops. Again, all so exciting and beneficial! But for now, there are orange scraps to find and we need to get the extra room prepped for Ryan to come home tomorrow. It is going to be strange having kids back in the house again. We had kind of gotten into the empty nest routine.