Adiós to another year

Another school/church year is winding down.  It was memorable, crazy, exhausting, exciting.

Late night practice & Early morning practice

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Late night drives & Early morning drives

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Early morning rehearsals & services

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Late night meetings & school papers

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A little bit of lovely late night family time in between

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It was a good, crazy, busy year, but it’s time for summer!

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Melting

This winter as I walked to my practice time at Christ Church, I passed this adorable little snowman sitting on a park bench.  He was so cute, it reminded me that some people enjoyed this winter and built cute snow-things.

wpid-IMG_20140318_072429.jpgA few weeks ago, I walked by his bench and found this:

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This experience gave me deja vu to a poem I read in high school where the narrator continually passes by a dead animal on the side of the road, describing its appearance in each season, as the corpse decomposes into bones.

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So I am pleased to inform you that this set of decomposing oreo cookie, carrot, and flower used to be a snowman.

Bench

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