I'm right in the middle of the transition from the regular semester to summer, so there's lots of grading to be done. One of my online classes completely finished up this week. I even turned in my grades early!
My on-ground classes are turning in big projects tomorrow: a research paper and a digital presentation, so there will be plenty to grade.
As if that wasn't enough, my other two online classes are at mid-term. I'm finishing up their midterm grades for submission today, and they have a paper due tomorrow. More to grade! Ack!
OH, and I had to cancel my Wednesday night class this past week because I was under the weather, so I get to meet with them TWICE this week. Half-hearted yayyyy. Womp. I love them, but I do not love the commute and the hours: 6-10pm.
Yesterday was Fox Fest in our little town. Downtown was closed off to make room for vendor tents, food trucks and stands, inflatable bounce houses, more food, a petting zoo and pony rides, and a main stage with music and whatnot. It's really not as big as it sounds, but it was plenty of excitement for kiddo. We bought an all day pass to the bounce houses, and he was good to go. We enjoyed fried catfish for lunch and bought some homemade baked goodies on the way out before we voted in our school district's school board election. Civic duty, done.
David is out getting groceries, and I'm finishing today's grading, cleaning the house, and doing all the miscellaneous stuff I need to finish up before a new week starts: floors, laundry, tidying, lesson planning, sticker printing, cutting, and packing, and finally picking G up from his dad's. And cooking! Ribs and dutch oven scalloped potatoes for dinner!
I'm tired just writing this. :)