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Re: Tired, anyone?

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suzette milam (smilam)
Thu, 24 Sep 1998 06:43:56 +0000


Sue,
Thanks for the run down of your day. It makes me feel better. I wonder every
time I walk out to the parking lot and see my car is the last one there, what
I must be doing wrong. I wonder what everyone else does to be out of there at 3:45.

I get up at 5:00am get planning done and online time :) while filtering two
teen boys and hubby through the morning prep.The boys and I hit campus at
7:30am. I get stuff ready in class go get papers out of my box, etc. I have
Art2-3 combo class first (10,11 &12 grade). Then Art1 (9th grade) through
until a 4th prep. It backs up to lunchtime which is nice if I need to run off
campus for something. Then one more Art1 and last class is the Art2-3 combo
again. I am Advisor for 'Link Crew" which is a leadership program that also
takes a huge chunk of time. Right now I'm getting red ribbon week stuff lined
up for Link Crew to do on campus.

On Monday nights I teach the adult ed from 6:30 to 9:00pm. Long day.

Between all that, I haul one boy to and from football activities and the other
boy to and from work after school. He fell under the new California driving
law that requires the kids to drive with an adult in the car for the first six months.Yuk.

Hubby's commuting an hour and a half to work, so not much of his time is left
of the day when he gets home. We take turns with dinner duty and clean up. I
hit the bed after getting through the homework inquisition and reminders of
10:00 phone curfew.Sometimes I make it to bed by 9:00, but most of the time it
is 9:30. Mondays 10:30. Hubby stays up until the boys are done with homework
and lights are out at our house at 10.

A good weekend is one with no plans. I have a gourd craft business that is
most busy in the fall on weekends. House chores happen on Sunday as a
collective effort.

Suzette