We also got a contractor quote that's a little closer to what we want to spend on the Harrison Street addition, and I think there was a football game that New England won on Sunday. <
I visited a daycare over the weekend that I had turned down last fall. It's just not geared towards working adults. They have a sliding scale that we'd be at the top of. It would be $400 more per month than we're paying now, for less teachers and we'd have to work there 4 hours per week. I guess it's really for graduate students, not working folks. It's too bad because they're 2 blocks from Harrison Street, and it's a great program. I feel a little excluded. I like the coop aspect, but it's just too much work. I really want to meet more people with kids. SO many of my friends with kids are completely busy 100% of the time (or they just don't like me :-) Sigh. Hopefully we'll get a spot at Zaida's old school. It's a little longer of a walk to get him all the way to Harvard Square, but at least he'll be right at the T so we would seldom be late to pick him up. That probably makes more sense anyhow.
Life is good.
Life is very good.