They come home completely exhausted, filthy, and starving. At the beginning of the week this led to some grumpiness at the end of the day, but as the week ends they seem to have adapted to the physical demands of cycling camp. Or, as Adam pointed out, perhaps the less hot, humid weather the past few days have made all the outdoor activity a bit less taxing for them. Still starving and worn out but also more blissful than bitchy, thank goodness. The other night teeny, tiny Little A ate more for dinner than probably a sumo wrestler normally does!
Its been a bit tough getting back to life after my grandmother's funeral. The whole thing still seems surreal to me. But work is really busy right now, which is good, it forces me to just get up and keep going.
This weekend I work most of Saturday and then have friends dropping by Sunday. While I work Saturday Adam and his folks are taking the girls to Centre Island and they both have swim lessons on Sunday.
Have a happy, healthy weekend!