My memory of which school was where fades rather quickly. I can't remember from day to day where we were the day before. I'll say James, "What school was that?" He will start describing it and the memory will come back.
While some schools are clearer than others, it's mostly a big blur of schools in my memory. A constant blur of hotels, restraunts, gas stations, grocery stores, and scenery flashing by in the window.
The more I think about this, the more I don't want to do it again. I'm back and forth about it. I am so much happier from day to day than when I was going to school and working around such a negative, unhappy person all the time. I would be referring to my manager at the coffee shop, who has since been let go because of her negativity.
There's not very much to have to worry about out here. Well less than when we were home. James and I have so much fun together. While it's too cold to swim in Topeka, we swim several times a week. We don't have to make our bed.
The company we work for sucks the fun out of it. The kids put the joy back in it for us. So you can see why I would be back and forth about wether or not I want to do this again.
If we return next year, we are doing American Tall Tales. There are reasons we like our show so much. The kids are familiar with our stories, which are funny, and they laugh the whole time. People are always telling us how much our show stands out from the other assemblies. We keep the kids, of all ages engaged for the entire show. There is something to be said about that.
Do we keep this as a nice faded memory? Do we do it again and hope we enjoy our show next year(if the pay is right)? Do we wait and try and do it on our own in a few years? What should we do? I need your comments people.