The Daily Dash: June 20, 2017 {First Day of Summer}

by brenna

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The kids are excited to go to the airport today…

The Daily Dash: June 20, 2017 {First Day of Summer}

* Otto Warmbier, the student held in captivity for 17 months in North Korea, died
* Democrats uncomfortable with Republicans new health care bill
* Temperatures soar in the Southwest, may reach 120 in Phoenix

Worrying means we do not believe God can look after the practical details of our lives ~ Oswald Chambers

Happy first day of Summer! Technically, it doesn’t start until tonight at 11:29pm, even though it’s been feeling like summer for quite some time here in Middle Tennessee.

After a morning of work and scheduling a property appraisal appeal (those are the moments when I know I’m an adult ;), I’ll be taking the kids to a swim meet and then picking up their Nani from the airport!

Kariss also starts volleyball practices tonight, so I can’t imagine there will be a lot of downtime while their grandma is here. Then I have to pack because I leave for a conference tomorrow, but more on that to come…

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