Today is the end of one chapter, the beginning of another. Summer is coming, we've had a few warmer days, some droplets of rain, and some cool nights. The light is back in spades, and it's still a shock in our fourth summer to have light at 11 p.m.
When I walked out of work at 16:30 today it was (hopefully) the last time I'll be leaving the building in a working capacity. I have enjoyed my job, but in 15 days my new job will arrive in the form of a bouncing, baby boy. In the meantime I have stuff to do. Big stuff. Sewing projects, walks with the dogs, some laundry, cleaning cabinets, and I'm pretty sure I can find something else to put a coat of paint on.
Little Man's room is nearly done. We're looking forward to sharing our Alaskan summer with a new bambino. An Alaska Grown bambino.
With Memorial Weekend upon us we're hoping to sneak in some fishing, a little ATV riding and hopefully some picture taking. We're staying close to home, just in case Baby Boy decides to make an early appearance. We've been told that BM (birthmom) has been having some contractions but whether or not they turn into something productive remains to be seen. Since tomorrow was at once his birthday, I'm secretly hoping he makes his debut.
Hoping you all have a happy, safe, memorable Memorial Day.