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Our company left yesterday morning and now it's back to business - the business of summer!

We've just had guests stay with us for about 10 days. It was a good visit, but it was right on the heels of getting out of school for the summer, and I think my family was pretty tired.

We're all ready to not have to go anywhere or do anything in particular, for at least a few days.

I don't feel like a completely laid back kind of mom until I have a couple of Type A guests to spur us on. WOW! I know I probably drove them as crazy (with my limited plans) as they drove me (with their need for detailed plans)! LOL!

Especially for summer, do we really need to know the whole schedule for tomorrow? I don't, and my kiddos are used to not having everything all planned out all the time, so we all had to adjust a bit.

I planned a bit more (or actually verbalized the plans that were wondering around unformulated in my head), and our guests had to be ok with a few "I don't know"s.

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