Well I know how he feels. Whenever I'm doing anything like that I hate having to pack it all away then get it out again. Nothing like being able to leave it all there and just come back to it! Blessings!
How wonderful. He is a lucky boy to have you as his Mom.Have fun,Meredith
Busy, and good, times with graduation ahead, enjoy these days :)
Hey! That looks just like my craft room!
It's going to turn out great! I'm sure you've just been busy thinking about it and planning! :)
WOW!!!, I CAN'T BELIEVE ITS RIGHT AROUND THE CORNER. I THINK YOU DID A GREAT JOB ON HIS POSTER. HE IS SO ADORABLE. THEY GROW UP SO FAST. DID YOU KNOW I WON BERNIDEEN'S GIVE-AWAY-GIFT? A BEAUTIFUL TEA SET, AND TWO TEA BOOKS. GO TO HER BLOG, ITS ON THERE. SHE JUST SENT ME AN E-MAIL THAT SHE MAILED IT OUT. I AM SO EXCITED. IT IS JUST BEAUTIFUL. WELL, YOU HAVE A NICE DAY. LOVE YA, AUNT RIZ
What a good mom you are. I think I'd be overwhelmed. You guys, in the States, seem to do a whole lot more than we do here in Canada, at least in my city. No open houses, senior posters, no special tables for us. We have the convocation ceremonies, then the dinner at night with a dance. Then the kids can go to safe grad if they're signed up or to a private party or nowhere if they choose.
You are making so many good memories right now. Enjoy!
Het, wait a minute! Whose senior poster was due...yours or his?Oh, I get it...this was a project for the parents. Excuse the ring. My folks didn't have to do anything like that, so I'm out of touch with modern times.
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