Christmas Break in Northern Michigan | Make Take & Teach


Christmas Break in Northern Michigan

Well, Christmas break is coming to an end soon.  Although I love working, I really appreciate both Christmas and spring break.  Especially now that two of my three children are away at college, it’s so much fun having them home.  Not only do I have both my college kiddos home, but there’s a steady stream of old friends in and out of the house.  I missed my kids, I’ve missed their friends and the flurry of activity that surround them.  I knew it would happen and I was prepared.  Upon coming home, their first priority was not to spend time with mom.  They were home a few hours and then went off with their friends.  Fortunately, they were able to squeeze in a few hours to go cross country skiing with me.

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These are my two college kids.  AJ is a sophomore at Michigan State University (Go Green-Go White!) majoring in chemistry and Kassie is a freshman at Saginaw Valley State University and plans to go into special education.

Just a little side note- on our cross country skiing adventure we did the five mile “difficult” loop!  Have to admit I took a spill (actually 2) on one of the downhill slopes.

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Although this is first and foremost a teaching blog, sometimes I think it doubles as a promotion for Northern Michigan.  I LOVE where I live!  There’s so much to do.  I took this pic while out in the woods.  It was so peaceful.  I really do need to pull myself away from the computer more and travel out to the woods.

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If you love where you live or if you did something really cool over your Christmas break, please leave a comment.  I’d love to hear from you.  Enjoy the remaining few days of your vacation.  Have a happy new year!

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