Finding joy in the everyday things of life
I can just imagine the mix of emotions. But it's funny...I got teary-eyed when each my first three kids started school the first time, but when the last one started, my friend and I watched all the kids go in the door while most of the moms cried, but we gave each other a high-five, then went out to breakfast! It was the first time we were each dropping of a child then going home to an empty house! lol!
I am feeling your pain sweet sister! My oldest granddaughter is in first grade (homeschooled) and Eli - her little brother - started prek yesterday at home also.Time does NOT stand still for them... but it does for us! HA! We still look young!
Yikes...this means my day to send my little guy off into the great big world is coming soon...off to pray through the tears!
Hope she had a wonderful day!I know how you feel about time not standing still. I took my 15 year old last week to get his drivers permit...and I got all teary-eyed too!
She is so cute!! Hope her first day went well:)
Cindy---thanks for being the first to comment on my blog! You seem like a wonderful lady, and I look forward to reading mroe on your blog when I can keep my eyes open!
She IS precious.
Oh this is so sweet. You sound like a wonderful Nana. Just stopping by to see how you are doing!
I remember the first day my children went of to school. Now one is 27 and the other is 16.You right, time won't stand still.
Hi Friend, I read and cherish every single comment you leave! You bring Joy to my heart! Blessings, Cindy