Today marks the 15th anniversary of 9/11. I remember it vividly. I was in the small college town of Frostburg, Maryland, working as a resident director and co-teaching a freshman orientation class. I entered class at 8 am or a few minutes before and was chatting with the students who had already arrived waiting for my teaching partner. He comes in a few minutes late and breaks the news to us. At that time only one of the Trade Towers had collapsed. We convened and quickly decided to cancel class so that we could back to our dorms to help out any students who may need it and to allow our students to make the contacts they needed.
Upon my return to my dorm, I found out the Trade Tower had collapsed, a plane had crashed into the pentagon and another crashed 45 minutes north of campus in Stonycreek Township, Pennsylvania.
Ahh… those pre-parenting jitters. So different than the too-much-caffiene jitters
A Rum Kind of Mum
A new kind of Olympics
Of boys and girls
How to let your toddler get their way…
Bingo at the gym…
A Momma’s View
All the small things…
Time lapse while mowing
Check out the short time lapse of this guy mowing his yard…