We changed our TV service today, which was both a small transition and a colossal pain in the rear.
Harper is getting ready to transition to middle school.
Michael is getting ready for his first stint as a bus rider, to be part of a new after school situation, and to go to elementary school without his sister.
I am getting ready to start at a new school. I'm also working on leaving things at my former school in good shape for a new person to take over. As I mentioned before, at the end of the year I didn't know I'd be leaving that library. Things weren't in bad shape on the last day of school, but they weren't left the way I would want a new person to find them, especially if he or she isn't hired yet and school begins in about two weeks. I thought, perhaps, that new librarian might not want to walk into a pile of books that need to be repaired!
Matt isn't in the middle of any particular transition (other than learning the new TV channel numbers), but he does have to deal with all of us as we adjust.
There will be new teachers, new schedules, a new dance season (5 out of 7 days of the week someone will be at the studio), new homework expectations, new bosses, and new colleagues to get used to.
One of my favorite musicians, Dar Williams, once said, "I don't like change, but I'm good at it."
I'm trying to be good at it, too.