Thursday, May 07, 2009

*Cue ominous music*

Yeah. This is what I'll be doing tonight.


Yes, I know I'm harping on this. I'm being whiny and I'm being ridiculous. It's middle school. It's not like they are moving to Outer Mongolia or something. It will probably even be better for us, really. My work schedule will change and I'll pick them up every day and we'll do crap like bake cookies.

It will be awesome, right?

So why do I feel so sad?

ETA: Okay, so I forgot to black out the initials one time. So sue me.


Unknown said...

I'm attending my oldest nephew's Eighth Grade Promotion next Monday. He is now the age that I was when he was born.

I sat and cried when I got his invitation. I remember holding him when he was newer than Lil' Man is now.

I'm not ready for him to be in high school.

Jen said...

Relax! It'll be the best year ever! ;)

Suzy said...

This year, my oldest started middle school, and my youngest started kindergarten. Talk about a double whammy! I was a complete wreck. I was so anxiety-ridden at the middle school orientation that I almost had to leave. So much stuff! Lockers, switching classes, all the damn school supplies. It is tough, so just let yourself be sad. Because it gets better really quickly, once they've got a couple weeks under their belts. :)

Coal Miner's Granddaughter said...

You're sad because they're growing up. That's OK. Much love. :)