Slumber Parties: Not Just for Teenagers
Jinksy somehow slipped in unnoticed…
Stephanie and I were ready for bed earlier than everybody else, so we stayed at Jinksy’s. We had a nice visit this morning before I headed back to the burbs.
The view from Jinksy’s apartment. Nice-uh. That’s the bonfire pit and the lake in the background.
On the home front, my cat has been getting acquainted with Stafford:
I’ve been doing a little (very little) knitting, too:
A hat, of course. Small projects are all I seem able to get done these days. This one’s for Stafford. I made one for myself first, as a gauge swatch, but I haven’t taken a photo of it. Hopefully, I can get a shot that’s a little clearer. The pattern is Turn a Square, by the brilliant Brooklyn Tweed.
School’s been keeping me pretty busy. This is the last week of regular SAT classes, and the first week of summer camp. So, this week, I’ll have eight classes a day, but it’ll be back to six per day after that… unless some of the SAT students want one-on-one tutoring. I’ve let my strong preference against private classes be known, so we’ll see.
Overall, the SAT classes are going well. The kids are starting to get a little burnt out. Not that I blame them. The rockheads are starting to get discouraged, because their lackadaisical efforts are raising their scores and the top students are over it, because they are already consistently scoring over 2200, so their scores aren’t going up that much. They’ve been keeping themselves amused, at least. On Friday, one of the students asked to change his name to Sanchez, and another suggested he change it to Dirty Sanchez. I tried not to laugh too openly, you know, since I was the adult in the room, but teachers need amusement, too.