Not much to share today since a second-grader and a sixth-grader have closed out their careers. The end of June is a whirlwind of activity, and wrapping things up and finishing projects. To celebrate, we are heading out to a favorite restaurant to have dinner.
We’ll pick up the discussion tomorrow where we left off about salads and vinaigrettes. Tonight we will order the favorite salad we get when we go to this place. It has briny olives, broccoli spears and tiny bits of fresh mozzarella. It feels like the place to be as we have marked other milestones at this restaurant. That’s what a restaurant can mean to you. It feels like another kitchen and table that makes you relax and enjoy a meal with family and friends.
There is a quote from an author that anyone dealing with school schedules, baseball practices, art classes and music lessons needs to remember in the roller coaster years of raising children.
“The days are long but the years are short.” -author Gretchen Rubin