Random picture of me, taken by me, in the hotel at the conference so I could send a photo home for Duncan.
Duncan being a ham.
Mothers' Day at Hancock Shaker Villiage, where we had a picnic and visited the baby animals. Look how cute Duncan is...then pretend I'm not in the picture.
Oh my gosh. I wanted to take him home!
I did take him home. But not in his Shaker outfit.
My former student, Samantha, came for Founders' Day to be on a panel of alums talking about life with dyslexia. One of the great things that happened this spring was that I helped her win an Intel Reader in a contest on Facebook.
August won a Special Recognition Award from Smart Kids with LD, for being an all around pretty cool guy. Well, it was actually for his work running Kildonan's chapter of Project Eye-to-Eye, an organization cofounded by Jonathan Mooney, seen here with August.
So, yeah, it was crazy, but I can't deny that a lot of good came from it too. I love my family. I love my job. I love my vacation that comes at the end of it all. Tune in next time, when I talk about the beach, the fireworks, the bikes, or other fun things of summer.