Saturday, March 13, 2010

Hello Spring Break!

It's officially Spring Break!

This is where I had intended to post a fun little Spring Break picture. But googling "spring break" only results in half-naked girls doing shots off of each others' bellies while drunk college guys high-five each other in the background. So, um, just pretend there's a cute little picture of a happy teacher at home with her kids on spring break!

Luckily the boy's school and my school have the same schedule! We are looking forward to:
  • Bouncertown
  • Going to see a movie (Not Alice in Wonderland, in case you're wondering!)
  • Having a kid-free day to clean, shop, and enjoy Starbucks and Panera "all myself!"
  • Having a night alone with the husband while the kids have a sleepover with Aunt Susie
  • Hopefully having a playdate with these good people
  • Children's Museum
  • And last but not least, pretending Daylight Savings Time doesn't exist!
Now if you will excuse me, I have floors to mop, furniture to dust, and laundry to finish so that I can enjoy my week off without those chores hanging over my head!

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17 comments:

Shana said...

Sounds like fun, you know, except the cleaning part you have to do first!

Delberta said...

Yeah for you ! Have a great week.

Teri said...

You are gonna have a blast. Seriously, I even like having the time to clean before all the spring break stuff begins. Have fun with the kiddies and the hubs.

Kat said...

We are not on Spring break until April. And my big plan at this point is to clean out closets. Yep. The kids are so excited about that!

Katie has gotten herself majorly addicted to Panera. It's an expensive addiction.

What movie will you see? We saw Alice opening weekend...I was so not impressed.

John Deere Mom said...

Apparently I should check the movie listings before claiming to see a movie this week. There's NOTHING for kids showing!

Becky said...

On man! Spring break time already! Yay!! Ours in two weeks now that I look at the calender! Geez!

Enjoy time with your kiddo!

Brenda said...

I taught school and understand how VERY exciting spring break is...hope you enjoy every minute!

Blarney said...

Aggghhh! Our spring break isn't until April 2nd. I've been out making "to do" lists for all the gardens today ... sooooo much to do!

♥ Noelle ♥ said...

have a wonderful spring break!!

whats a date night with your hubby? LOL... haven't had one of those in a looong time:(

Shannon said...

Spring Break isn't until April for us. The last few years (and this one, too!) my girls have gone to spend the week with my sister, who lives about 2 hours away.

Enjoy your week!

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

You all have a great time, Sweetie. I KNOW how teachers earn their time off!!!!
★ Linda

DysFUNctional Mom said...

That vacation countdown on my sidebar is counting down to our Spring Break, I have the week off and I cannot wait!! Enjoy yourself.

missy said...

ENJOY!!!!!!! our kids get a friday and monday off......making up snow days!!!!!!

Martha said...

I hope you enjoy your time off and it is so well deserved. We don't have ours for another few weeks, thank goodness! I feel like the boys just went back to school after Xmas break!

Christy (Columbia Lily) said...

that's so cool that your district works like that....my state has planned standardized testing this week.

Awesome.

Marilyn said...

John Deere Mom Gone Wild!

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