It is the end of the school year, and things are crazy. Colin went to camp for three days, and Ryan has the end of the year Kindergarten stuff that is so cute I think I now have a cavity.
Add to that, I have had this weird cold/ear infection/bronchitis thing that just won't go away. I am on my third round of antibiotics, the second one made me sicker than I was already so I only took one, so really that one doesn't count. It, along with the Claritin-D I took to try to get it under control both made me so dizzy I could not function. Yesterday I drove about 30 minutes away to take Ryan to my nephew's birthday party. I had to have Ann and Bob come pick us up because I couldn't drive if my life depended on it. I felt more drunk than I have ever been from drinking.
Next weekend I will be participating in my final Relay For Life. I hope I am feeling better since I will have to be there for 24 hours. (I hate being outside at night. It is just creepy when I have a perfectly good bed at my house.) This year I am helping Ryan's teacher with a team from their elementary school. We are running a campaign called "Coins for the Cure" that is a contest to see which grade level can bring in the most spare change. The prize is an extra 30 minute recess. That is it. No pizza party, no candy, just the opportunity to play outside for an extra 30 minutes. We have raised about $2000 doing this. I told Mrs. L that we should have named our team "Nickel and Diming our way to the Cure." The American Cancer Society is really such a great cause as it does research for all kinds of cancer, and they spend 93 cents of every dollar on research or services. I really encourage anyone to go to a local Relay and see what it is all about. I am moving on to helping the local library on the foundation, so this will be my last relay for a few years. I need a break.
Next week is the last week of school, so I am hoping that I start feeling better since I will have two kids with me for the next three months, Should prove to be interesting.