The Last Day Of School!

Today was my 8 year-old son's last day of school - hello, summer vacation!!

Here we are, my son has the entire summer off, and I just completed my intense 8-week plan for generating sales, which I should be kicking off right about NOW.  Gotta take advantage of the prime season.

But I also need to take advantage of the fact that my sweet boy is home all summer! What fun things are we going to do?

Tomorrow, we will probably go to Seahurst Park and check out the minus tide.  By the way, did you see the massive starfish with dozens of legs at the last minus tide? Here's the pic from B-Town Blog. I hope that little guy's still there tomorrow.

On Thursday hopefully my son will be up for helping Mom at the Farmer's Market, and hanging out with Grandma for a bit.

On Friday, he'll go to Grandpa's while Daddy and I celebrate our 10-year wedding anniversary! 

After that, who knows, there are all kinds of things we can do...all I know is that I must enjoy these moments with my son; he's not going to be this age forever.

Next year, he will go to a different school.  He'll have to take the bus.  We don't get to walk him to or from school any longer.  I will really miss that.  It didn't cross my mind this morning that this was to be the last morning that I would walk him to school.  He did hold my hand all the way there.

These are the times to treasure.


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Comment balloon 3 commentsLisa Bosques • June 23 2009 11:47PM


It's great that you have had the opportunity to walk your son to and from school. Look back on these days, not with longing, but with fondness. It sounds as if you are beginning a new chapter of life.

Posted by Vickie Nagy, Vickie Jean the Palm Springs Condo Queen (Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate) almost 10 years ago

Absolutely you treasures each and every moment because as you mention it is so true children grow up so quickly and a new phase of life emerges.  Cherished dearly holding hands and walking to school as you said this would no longer be next year. In the Fall you will be waving goodbye as he boards his school bus.

Your son is a handsome Young man. Have dun at Seahurst Park and the Farmer;s Market. and Happy 10th Anniversary on Friday. I will be celebrating 40 years on Sunday, the 28th. The years travel on.

Posted by Kathleen Ann Pacheco-Corbett, Realtor, RI-MA, CEBA, Master, e-Pro, ABR, ABRM, GR ((FIRST Exclusive Buyer's Office Providence-RI) ) almost 10 years ago

Hi Vickie,

I feel very fortunate to have been able to walk him to school every day. That's one of the great things about being a Realtor and setting your own schedule(and living near a school I suppose!)

Kathleen-Thank you - Happy 40th anniversary to you and your husband as well!

Posted by Lisa Bosques almost 10 years ago

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