Back To School
Micah and I. The two of us are obsessed with selfies.
Working on my latest lettering project. Not saying what it is yet! 🙂
See this schedule? I love this thing! It not only has a time schedule for the day, but to-do lists on the sides and extra space. I found a template on Pinterest, but took it into Inkscape and made it my own. Still, creds to ScaredSquirrel.com.
We started school yesterday. I can’t say I am upset about getting into a schedule again, although it’s always a rough transition for me. There’s something about getting things done, though, that’s addicting. I have my daily schedules/to-do lists all printed up and filled out, my binder decorated with the printable from this post on the front and this one on the back, and my notebooks all set aside, ready to go.
On 9.9.15: My first cross-country meet is this Saturday. I’m nervous, but I know that once I start running, I’ll be fine . . . if I don’t start up too fast and kill myself.
On 9.12.15: So I loved the race! It’s so hard to explain (trust me, people, there will be a cross-country runner in a novel sometime!) the feelings I had throughout the whole race. Like, when I started, I was so nervous I could cry. The last time I had nerves like that was the first day of summer camp this year (I get really homesick), and so I was not happy to be feeling those emotions again! But once I got started, things started looking up. Mile 2 was the best mile, mostly because I started passing people :D. Then, in mile 3, the last 200 meters . . . ugh. Let’s just say I wanted to collapse on the ground, but I still had about two football fields (length wise) to go! Overall, I’m pumped for next Saturday, and I’ve got a feeling cross-country will become an addiction.
And here’s the deal: I am seriously behind on the photography challenge posts. Lauren and I are done with week 5 (floral), and almost week 6 (micro). We’re beginning week 7 (meaningful reminders). I will try to get weeks 5 and 6 posted at some point, but just to let you know, we haven’t given up, and I remember that you’re still here. 🙂