Here’s a quick video from this morning. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this little song they sing. It always makes me cry. Looking around the gymnasium this morning I realized I’m not the only one.
Lucy is the “A” at the beginning of America. She did such a great job!
Our first trip to the ice cream shop this year
Lots of time has been spent on this field. I love watching the girls play but I’m ready for a break.
We weren’t 100% sure if it was crazy hair day or not (it was) so we decided on a side pony tail. That was crazy enough for Lu.
Oh my! The carnival came back to town again this year.
Jon’s been in London for over a week. I’m looking forward to him coming home. I’m exhausted! And I miss him. I wonder if anyone will notice if I hide in here next time.
We celebrated Emma’s 18th birthday yesterday. She had a great day at school with her friends. She even got a new pet goldfish from her friend, TJ. We made Emma 2 of her favorite meals last night for dinner, hamburgers and homemade mac and cheese. Everyone keeps saying that they can’t believe that Emma is 18 already. They keep saying it went by so fast. It feels different for me. Maybe it’s because I had Emma at such a young age. She’s been here with me during EVERY big moment in my life. My wedding, her sisters’ births, new jobs, new homes, new town. You name it and Emma has been here with me. Sometimes I forget that she’s only 18 and not 37.
I think it will hit me when we drop her off at school in September. It will be the first time in my adult life that I don’t have my Emma right by my side.
Happy Birthday, Emma!! I love you so much!!
We have sports going on 7 days a week over here. This is the first time Chloe has played soccer since kindergarten. Her first game was this past Saturday. We all went and had so much fun watching her play. I was impressed at how good she was.
Check out that jersey!
She got right in there! She wasn’t timid at all!
Great job, Chloe!
Thanks Country 102.5!