Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Roller Coaster Days...

Well hello!  I didn't mean to stay away so long and probably have about three readers left, two of them being family members.  But, it is what it is and to tell you the truth, I've stayed away because I figured you didn't want to hear me go on and on about the difficulties of raising teenage boys.
The gray hair is coming in fast and furious now and my hair stylist and I are becoming good friends.  The emotions are high around here due to final exams and end of year projects.
You know what they say about that frontal lobe of the brain being slow to develop?...I think it might have stopped in my oldest's.  Geesh, it has been a frustrating time.
So I leave you with a few pictures of the last week.
The weather has been good and the activities plentiful.  
Send good thoughts that I make it through to June 15th.  
...or maybe just bottles of wine!





9 comments:

RW said...

You will figure it out. For us it is a day by day by day thing. Our son is 17 and it has been rather tumultuous to be sure. But, we see rare moments of clarity.

You should google David Suzuki's program about teenagers on youtube.

Pam - captured by our cameras said...

They certainly know how to push our buttons.

MadMad said...

As your third reader, ;), you KNOW I don't mind listening, so write away, Missy! (But most of all, good luck! I think it really does get better soon, once middle school wears all the way off.)

From All Stitched Up said...

I'm your fourth reader! You are doing great. From my view point enjoy what you can because in a blink of your eye they will be all grown up!

kristina said...

And I get to be the fifth reader! Sending positive vibes your way. You're nearly there! K x

free range chick said...

Lovely images.
Cheers to that- I hope you are well and wishing you all have a "calm & relaxing" summer. Yeah, right, well you can always hope.

Andi said...

As on of your many fans, you could never drive me away! Love your posts.
Good luck on raising the teens. I was just thinking the other day, "how in the heck did my mom do it?". I was really a wild child.

Victoria said...

ha! If I didn't blog about my teenagers, I would have nothing to blog about!

seriously. I see parents with small children and they look so harried and tired, and I hardly have the heart to tell them, "don't worry, it gets harder"

hahahaha! and *sob*

Denise | Chez Danisse said...

I hope you've made it through. I believe tomorrow was the day you were needing to reach. Almost there. For all of the chaos you sure are able to capture peace in your photographs. Here's hoping you are feeling some of that peace now, or will be by tomorrow. Take care, Denise