What’s up?

Well I’ll be the first to admit that blogging hasn’t been at the top of my to do list.

Life has been busy. Last month I got hurt at work and have been stuck recuperating for nearly 7 weeks. Tried to stop my classroom door during a wind storm and hyper extended my left elbow. Tore a tendon in my elbow and numerous other small tears and general soreness. Even my shoulder, neck and side were affected.

It’s been a long slow recovery. But I’m hoping I’ll be able to return to work within the next couple of weeks.  In the meantime Cecelia overcame her immense fear and started seeing a new pediatrician. 

And today she went to the eye doctor and got glasses. We’ve got special plans for this Easter weekend….I’ll share pictures then. Here are a few catch up pics

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K-taped arm

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Cecelia decided her arm was hurt too…sympathy pains

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Reading together

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Playing out

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Excited to get to drive to Anchorage

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First day of spring break treat ….breakfast out.

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More playing out

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More K-tape

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Whatcha drawing Cecelia? A rainbow light saber!

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Organic frozen veggies make great ice packs!

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Mmmm Glenn a discovered she loves artichokes!

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This is Cecelia’s baby polar bear and she loves to take pictures of her.

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Cecelia finally remembered to get everyone utensils when setting the table!

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Relaxing after the drive to Anchorage

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Enjoying the pool

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Cecelia with her first pair of glasses ( got her transitions lenses so she doesn’t need sunglasses now)

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Dinner out while in Anchorage

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About annstrongheart

About me...hmmm where to start. I'm a proud single/widowed mom of two beautiful girls who currently works full time for the local Tribe. Life. Is. AWESOME!
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One Response to What’s up?

  1. ksbeth says:

    lovely shots and hope you are better soon. i love the sympathy wrap.

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