It's for real. Adam is a high school graduate! And what a strange senior year with the pandemic still in full swing, temperature checks at the door, mask mandates, not to mention moving from hybrid school to all-virtual, back to hybrid and finally full in-person. He finished strong with being recognized as summa cum laude, … Continue reading 2021 Graduation
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced fully vaccinated people can now resume regular activities, without masks, social distancing and constant hand sanitizing. After more than 10 months of "masks required," this seem strange. You can go to indoor restaurants and activities, hang out with other people and visit just about anywhere without any … Continue reading Wait, no more masks?
While kid #1 recently finalized his college situation, kid #2 is just starting to think about future plans. So we headed up to Kansas State University with Zach and a friend who was also interested in K-State. Neither of the boys have an idea of what they want to study, so we listened to the … Continue reading College visit
February started out okay, and then all of a sudden it got cold. Like really cold. Historic Arctic outbreak brings dangerous cold, snow and ice to central and southern U.S. reports the Washington Post. And from CBS news, Polar vortex brings most extreme winter weather in years. Friday, Feb. 12The "feels like" temperature was -15. … Continue reading February’s polar vortex
Yesterday, we had our soccer banquet (normally it's in November). The banquet was via Zoom and included the year-end video and recognition. Both boys earned another pin for their Varsity letter. The year-end video included videos from throughout the year, and photos of every player from all the teams (C-team, JV and Varsity). Here's the … Continue reading Soccer banquet and senior event