Growing Up

August 24, 2009

The alarm clocks awoke us both from our blissful slumber. As we came out to our daily meeting point, the sofa, we rubbed the sleep out of our eyes.

“Is it time yet?” he asked.

Nope, not yet, I replied.

We went about our morning tasks. Medicine taken, breakfast eaten, bodies dressed. The checking of the backpack to make sure he had everything he needed, but more importantly, that he knew where they could be located.

Teeth brushed, hair combed and then tousled so he had that ‘I just rolled out of bed’ look. Deodorant applied just in case he forgot. A quick glance in the mirror showed him he was ready.

Some downtime on his brother’s DS while the last few minutes clicked down to seconds. The familiar rumble of the bus outside. A hug, a quick kiss, a few “good luck!”‘s, “I love you!”‘s and “have a great day!’s” and then he dissappeared into the dark and a few moments later the bus rumbled away, it’s strobe light pulsing in time to the beat of my heart.

Yes, son, it’s time.

High school is going to be great.

I love you.

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Posted by Shash @ 7:04 am  

13 Responses to “Growing Up”

  1. Hilly Says:

    Awwwwwwww, good luck in High School, kid!
    .-= Hilly´s last blog ..Snackie Sunday: Loquacious Lullabies… =-.


    Shash Reply:

    Thanks!! He tells me he had a good day, and I didn’t receive a phone call, so it must have gone well! :)


  2. Corina Becker Says:

    Oh gosh, High school. Good luck dearies!


    Shash Reply:

    Thanks, Corina!! I plan to pick your brain about high school to help us get a leg up when it gets tough. :)


  3. whall Says:

    “Awww, MOM! Are you blogging about me again! SHEESH MOM my friends have Internet, you know!”
    .-= whall´s last blog ..Loving the technology =-.


    Shash Reply:

    LOL!!! It’s what I get to do for carrying you in my womb and enduring pain for 9 months. ;)


  4. Maya Says:

    How sweet! Good luck little man!!
    .-= Maya´s last blog ..I do not drive on the highway. =-.


    Shash Reply:

    Thanks Maya!!! :) He did say he had a good day, so here’s hoping we have many more!


  5. Krystal Says:

    All I gotta say is that is a few years away and I am already freaking out…this is not good…but good luck!!


  6. Susan Says:

    AGG. You made me tear up. And I thought Kindergarten was the last time I had to face my son growing up. waaaa.
    .-= Susan ´s last blog ..Win Boca Beth Bilingual Spanish/English CD =-.


  7. Miss Britt Says:

    It was so cool hearing more about him last night at dinner.
    .-= Miss Britt´s last blog ..Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina (or Internet) (or Mom) =-.


  8. Katherine SOLO dot MOM Says:

    I can so relate!!!!! High School… its a tough stage for … us moms!

    checkout my post about orientation(linked below).

    oh the joys are just beginning I am afraid!
    .-= Katherine SOLO dot MOM´s last blog ..Brand New School, Stages, and Cheerleaders, OH My =-.


  9. Open Says:

    The type of physician I would like to work for is a Pediatrician. Pediatrician’s staeiclpy is to work with children. I have been working with children for a long time mainly because I work at a daycare facility. I’ve got to a point where I feel like I can handle anything that will come my way with them. It would also leave me feeling good at the end of the day to know that I have helped in some way to make a child feel better.The type of physician I would not care to work for is a Epidemiologist. Epidemiologist’s specialize in epidemics caused by infections agents and also work with sexually transmitted diseases. I feel if I were to work in this type of staeiclpy I would be putting my self at risk of exposure to these infectious agents. Also I would be focusing a lot of my time on trying to not get infected instead of having a steady mind on what I was actually supposed to be doing.


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