We have had a whirlwind weekend at Chez-Oz! Friday evening consisted of a very important hockey game which, due to a totally awesome victory, lead to a road trip the following day for a championship game. Not to mention the excitement for Mia’s karate belt graduation on Saturday. And I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the resurrection of Mia’s iPod thanks to some savvy techs at the local repair shop. The poor thing had been without it for close to three months and is now the definition of a happy camper.
Once her graduation was over she and I hopped in the car for an overnight “roady”, as the hockey lingo goes, to a beautifully placid place for the hockey championships. Bella was away for the weekend with a friend and her family so she missed out on all the craziness but had, in her words, “a total blast!”
As if that weren’t enough, after the devastating loss in hockey we were up bright and early to get back home for a family birthday party. Am I done? Ohhh no! Once we made it to the party we came home to pick up Bella and finish a school project that Mia was supposed to have worked on with a classmate. (Why oh WHY do teachers insist on group projects?) After multiple attempts at trying to get her classmate to finish the project, we just decided to ditch the classmate and finish it ourselves.
After running to the crafts shop to grab a few last minute things for the project, we come home Sunday around 6 pm to a phone message from said classmate’s mom begging us to meet up at her office to finish the project. I stood my ground but not wanting to ruin things for Mia, I caved and we went and spent over two hours finishing up that blasted project which, of course, the mom, Mia and I worked on while the classmate “played.”
I so just wanted to take a nap this morning but the busy weekend left the house looking like a Kansas tornado blew through so here I sit wanting nothing but a nap as I clean, pick up and reminisce over a totally awesome weekend!
On a side note, last week I sent an email to Bella’s PE teacher to thank him for going the extra mile in a unit they are doing because he made sure he tracked down equipment that would fit Bella’s size. Here is his response;
” It is my pleasure, I admire Bella for her effort to always do her best
without excuses. She remains positive when many students would give up. I
will always do whatever I can to support her efforts. Thank you for the
kind words …”
After reading that, I suddenly don’t feel so tired …