The end of a month-long Church Mice session is always a little bittersweet. On one hand, it’s nice to have Sunday afternoons to myself again until the next session begins; on the other hand, I miss the fun times with my sweet kiddos. I mean, just look at those faces!
My helpful husband came to our last class of the winter session earlier this month and caught some of the action. (You can see all 60+ pictures here.) One of the best parts is the hugs and thank you’s I get after we’ve sung the Church Mice goodbye song:
Listen & Learn vets may recognize this song as a repurposing of the goodbye song I wrote for my students at The Hope Institute a couple years ago. That’s one of the great things about my different jobs: there’s lots of overlap :)
I’m already gearing up for the spring session of Church Mice, which begins the first Sunday in May. But until then, I’m going to enjoy my free Sunday afternoons!
When I first saw the lyrics to this song I thought you piggy-backed Led Zeppelin! Which would have been very cool and courageous (I’m too timid to share that at church).
Anyway, great pics. :)
Thanks, Michelle! You know, I think Led Zeppelin is a little out of my comfort zone, too. Maybe someday… ;)