Monday, August 28, 2017

End of summer:

I got back more into working on my level 4 pole moves in hopes of improvement.

This month we tried to get some hiking back in now that the weather has been getting better.

Along our way, we ran into a wild roadrunner! He let us get super close!

Since our passes were going to expire very early, we took one last trip to Aquatica! We even met up with some of our friends!

Later that week, while Daddy was at work, Carrie and I took the girls to Cameron Park Zoo in Waco!

Next we celebrated the 4th of July! We attended Frontier Days in Round Rock for the third year in a row!

I got the notification that I was being hired for Lache Movement Company!!

We celebrated the Grand Opening of Lache! It was an incredible turnout! I'm so grateful to be part of such an awesome company!

Lache Grand Opening from Mattias Alegro Marasigan on Vimeo.

I won tickets to see Halsey through the local radio station!

I started teaching pole 1 at Lache!

We got Goose all signed up for Daisy Scouts!

We headed up to Dallas for the weekend to cheer on our friends at the PSO (Pole Sport Organization) competition! They all did an amazing job!!

Before we headed home, we stopped at the Botanical Gardens in Dallas! It was beautiful!

I joined the PTA at Goose's new school!

We went campsite scouting and hiking at Inks Lake State Park.

We went as a family to Open Gym at Lache.

Rosalie started swim lessons for when we go to Jamaica next summer!

I made unicorn horns and died my hair unicorn colors to attend the Austin Pride Festival & Parade, but it had to be rescheduled due to Hurricane Harvey. :(

We tried to spend a lot of time outside when it was nice out. We had several evenings that were just lovely with a beautiful breeze.

Finally, the big day has come...Goose, my first baby...started school. Today she woke up at 6:45am to get ready to begin her school journey. We got dressed, made her lunch, packed in the car and took our little Goosey to her first day of Kindergarten!! It is a bittersweet moment for me. I am so incredibly proud to have such an amazing, smart, beautiful, funny and talented daughter and I know she will excel in school and be just as amazing there as she is to me. I will miss her lots though. She's spent everyday with me for the past 5.5 years, so this is tough, but I know she'll do amazing! It'll definitely be an tough transition for Rosalie and I though who are used to having her here all day. Rosalie on the way home from school, looked at the carseat next to her and yelled "OH NO!!! HE FORGOT BIA!!" So far the day has been okay. Goose will have just finished her lunch and getting ready for recess. We can't wait to go pick her up at 2:30pm and hear all about it! She was really good, went into her classroom, put away her lunchbox and backpack, and sat in her seat and began coloring and talking to a little girl that sits across from her. She gave hugs and kisses and went back to work. :) I love that kid so damn much!