I’m joining Karen at Pumpkin Sunrise for her weekend posts, and maybe I’ll finally resurrect this poor blog of mine. How many times have I said that?
We have been in that end of vacation fog here. We got home yesterday from Cape Cod and today was an equally lazy day. No complaints here!
We have stayed in Chatham in years past, but this year headed to Brewster. Our plans were a bit up in the air waiting to find out when Addison would be back from Germany. Brewster was a welcome, quieter escape. (Of course we did go to Chatham for some shopping.)
We ate way too much fried seafood, worked on our tans *gasp*, slept late every morning, toured the Brewster Oyster Flats (highly recommend), and explored more bayside beaches. I even managed to finish my online Catechism class!
Today has been laundry and cleaning, for the most part. It was also the annual Bierfest at the local German American Club so the boys and I decided to check it out. Maia got a reprieve and went kayaking with friends. Addison’s shirt is from Rostock, his host city, and has “Est. 1218” written underneath the city name. We had a good time and I’m sure we’ll be back.
Our week at Cape Cod is my signal that summer is winding up. I’ll be heading into my new classroom tomorrow and Tuesday to see what needs to be done for the new school year. After that, we have family visiting, band camp, and Oyster Festival before my teacher work days begin. School starts up on August 30!
How was your weekend?