June. All year my husband and I have zeroed in on June 1st as our target date. If we saw June 1st, it meant we survived May. My last post I shared how busy May was. We did it.
My husband’s oldest son is a married man, and we were able to participate in the Wisconsin wedding. We also visited our oldest daughter and son-in-law’s home and toured Epic, the software company I posted about last time.
Our oldest son graduated from high school over the weekend. His Wisconsin siblings traveled here for the festivities and it was a wonderful time. We had our grad party on Saturday so everyone could meet his siblings. We didn’t know it would be 90, so an ice cream sundae bar was a great thought.
Everyone is back home and we’re trying to catch up on laundry, work and sleep. The holiday threw me off, so I forgot it was my turn to post. I didn’t want to ignore posting, so I thought I’d share a piece of writing I was able to produce in May.
I’ve talked about I Run 4 before, but for the special needs community, Patient Worthy is a great site that has been so kind to let me share our experiences. Yesterday they published my article on I Run 4 and the need for buddies.
If you know someone with an IEP and/or a special needs diagnosis, I’d love for you to read the article and pray about them becoming a buddy.
What’s June like for you? Was May really busy for you, or is June busier?