Saturday, August 1, 2009

Pack, Unpack, Repack

The middle of May, Aaron finished finals and began his relaxing summer "break." Pack. Fly to San Diego. Come home. Unpack. Do laundry. Repack. Go on an 11-yr-old scout camp out. Come home. Unpack. Do laundry. Repack. Go to Sterling for a week and live in the dorms. Friday night, come home. Unpack (i.e. throw it all in a laundry basket). Do laundry. Madly repack. Leave for Texas Saturday morning. Come home Saturday night (two weeks later). Unpack. Mow the jungle of a lawn. Do laundry. Repack. Thursday morning, drive to Utah for a family reunion. Come home Tuesday night. Unpack. Do laundry. Replace a door. Mow the lawn. Repack. Fly to Alaska Saturday morning. Come home Thursday morning (nearly three weeks later). Unpack. Wait for it to stop raining so Aaron can mow the jungle of a lawn. Do laundry.

The question is, should we leave the suitcases in our bedroom or stick them back in the crawl space while we enjoy our luxurious two weeks at home before we get to repack and head west for Morgan's wedding?

4 comments:

R Sorber said...

WOW. I hope the kids have been good for you during all of this! I'm sure you always have a good attitude--you're famous for that!

The Easton Family said...

What a crazy time! We did that last summer and it nearly killed us (emotionally, spiritually, relationship-ally)...how are you guys holding up? I didn't realize it was quite that vigorous...I'm sorry I didn't have you over more!

Karey said...

Wow! That's a crazy summer! The word I would have put in quotes was "relaxing". It will feel like a vacation when it's all over and Aaron goes back to school in the fall :)

Milan said...

Hey I still want to know how bad Aaron smelled after sleeping not taking a shower for a several long Alaskan days. Did Xander have any comments????