Joe came in this afternoon to my room to let me know the yearbooks were delivered to the school. I could hardly believe that they would be over a week early. They are due in next Thursday. I got a bunch of boys in my class to help bring the 67 boxes in from the pallets in the hallway. We got them all stacked up in the darkroom. I thought it was pretty clever that the company had labelled them geometry books in order to keep kids from wanting to look through them, but in the end the joke was on me. After emailing the yearbook company for thanking them for the early delivery, they informed me that my yearbooks are still in production. Yes, they were really geometry books. The math department was thrilled that I had collected them into a safe place and now claims they have no storage place in the school and would like us to keep them until fall. Joe informs me that we are supposed to get new tile in that space soon, so we will need to move the boxes again. I promised all the boys in my class Culver's sundaes for all the work they did and I'm kicking myself for not opening the boxes prior to having them do all the work. Oh well, live and learn.
Other than that big fiasco, the school day was pretty boring. I took Monika out to get her driver's licence renewed and out to lunch. I came home early and took Balt for a walk. Monika and I had leftovers for dinner and watched a bit of news. She wanted to watch a movie, so I went upstairs to read but fell asleep early. I'm down to 12 school days left of school.