My granddaughters started school in Ohio - my daughter Amy sent photos of them on their first day. They are so cute and love their teachers! This is Paige, who just turned 5!Getting on the bus.
Jenna climbing aboard her bus, she's 8, soon to be 9.
I'm so glad I got to spend time with my girls this summer. Next summer we're going to try to fly to Ohio to spend time with them. I can't believe I only get to see the girls once a year. Wah!
My pot of moss roses and Lantana is still bringing joy to me.
I think Lantana is one of the most interesting flowers, from it's bud stage, then it flowers out, each petal opening to yellow, then orange, then pink!I finished Caleb's Teddy Bear - woohoo! I've made 6 of these, one for each grandkid.
Both boys with their bears, they slept with them last night.
Now for the news - our son Travis has always wished that he could live back here in Corbett where he was born and grew up and that his sons could go to school here - so now our household numbers 6 instead of 2. His family has been living with his brother's family in Vancouver for nearly a year, so we talked and decided that since we have room that they'd move here and we'd enroll Hayden in kindergarten - and his first day was today! That is the principal out there directing traffic. Hayden is standing by the flag pole. The Corbett Schools are rated as one of the best in the nation.
And here is Hayden in his new classroom!
He was doing very well when his mommy and grandpa left to come home.
And so.. life is different and changing. :-) Thanks for visiting! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)