I just finished signing up C for summer camps. I sure hope he gets in. He picked a Gymnastics camp and a skate boarding camp. One is two weeks sand the other one. I figure that will make the summer fun. A week here and there, and then plenty of time to lounge at the base pool the other days. Plus I do not know when Bible camp is, so we certainly want to be in that in DC *on Bolling AFB it is free*. He is also taking Tae Kwon Do once a week starting at the end of school, so he is pretty excited for summer to get here.
In conjunction with signing him up for camps & a class I signed up to rejoin my exercise class called Strength & Sculpt plus a Zumba class. I don't know what has gotten into me lately, but I just love the gym. :P) I had to make a trade off with Zumba though, it is on Monday nights - same as my book club. So I am going to look for another book club. Quite honestly I haven't loved any of the books we've read anyway.
In other news, I am contemplating signing up for guitar lessons. I cannot read a note, keep any sort of rhythm, or even hold the darn thing right - but it seems like fun. The cost & time is holding me back. Camps and Gym classes cost a bundle plus I have commitments with my class three days a week. Guitar lessons might have to be a fall activity.
Moving on, I have been making a conscious effort to turn the computer off. What a flipping pain in the butt. I turn the thing off and then two seconds later I want to check something. But, that is the problem. I swear I see FB updates 10 times or more a day. I felt I needed to be more productive, so weening myself from the instant updates on blogs, Facebook, Ebay, and email seemed to be the way to go.