The sisters left yesterday. Bummer. One flew 800 miles southwest, and the other 800 miles northeast. My sisters were 11 and 7 when I was born, and were out of the house when I was still quite young. Now that we're all adults, we've become good friends, but there's a little bit of mothering me that goes on, too, and I love it.
Today is the first day of school for Skippy and Pinkerbelle. The school day was lengthened by 30 minutes this year, so they leave earlier and I'm assuming will get home later. I will be homeschooling Firstborn, but we haven't officially started yet, and this morning he went to the office with Craig to help with some filing and stuff.
What that all means is that after a busy summer and an exciting past week, I suddenly find myself alone. I"d gladly have my sisters stay much longer, and I have great kids, so it's not that I wanted them all gone. But I do thrive on quiet and solitude, so this is bliss!
I will hopefully have picture capabilities tomorrow. The girls