It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

DAY 10 -- Many people consider the Christmas season to be the "most wonderful time of the year" but they couldn't be more wrong. I assure you that there is a time of year much more joyous than the time spent hanging stockings and wrapping gifts.

The kids came home today with their backpacks filled will a year's worth of school supplies, papers, notes, uneaten snacks, and other random junk they've accumulated throughout the year. As Mason sorted his items on the living room floor, it finally sunk in that I've, once again, reached the promised land of summer vacation.

Only one more day with students and two more in my office after that -- then the most wonderful time of the year truly begins.

On a side note, if anyone needs glue sticks, we've got a few hundred at our house.


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"I just wanna feel good. I don't wanna hurt nobody. I just wanna get a good time out of my life."
-- Bob Schneider, Captain Kirk

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