Taking the Scenic Route

Friday May 19, 2006

19th May 2006

Friday May 19, 2006

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The last few days have been great.  Lots of stuff seems to be going right for us and it is nice. 

Zach is set to teach a class again in fall, and the note from the chair of the department confirming his schedule included a blurb that said he was working on a ‘pleasant surprise’ for Zach.  No idea what that means…could be a bit more pay or something along those lines, but that phrase has us feeling kids waiting for Christmas.  lol.

Zane is making progress.  From the outside, it might be hard to see, but the changes are big to Zach and I.  It isn’t like he is suddenly indistinguishable from his peers or anything, not even close, but he is figuring out the communication thing a bit better and has initiated things like getting dressed, and doing more pretend play.  He also seems happier, which is the best part.

Actually, all of us are in pretty good moods most of the time.  The house is fairly clean, we are getting our ‘to do’ list under control, and things just seem to be moving along nicely right now.

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There are currently 2 responses to “Friday May 19, 2006”

  1. 1 On May 19th, 2006, Jessemommy said:
       

    I am so glad to hear it! You all deserve it

     
  2. 2 On May 19th, 2006, tatiana622 said:
       

    Yes, you certainly do deserve it! You’ve paid those stress dues, now it is time for some payback! Glad things are going well.

     
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