Tuesday, June 29, 2010
So, Kaylee went to camp yesterday and surprisingly Emalee got way more upset then I expected. She cryed and said that four days are forever, she was going to miss her sister way to much. Kaylee has been getting lots of attention lately with the whole getting ready for camp, run to walmart here, pick up something else there for camp. Emalee was feeling left out. So, today I decided to take the day off and run errands that need to be done and spend the day with Emalee. When I told her that i had done this she got real excited and said "you did, for me" with the biggest smile on her face. Priceless. When I asked her what she wanted to do, she said go to the mall, what seriously, awwlright!Sounds like my kind of day!
Sunday, June 27, 2010
Ten years ago I held a beautiful baby girl in my arms. This evening I packed a suitcase for her to go to preteen camp. Time passes way to fast, you blink your eyes and your kids no longer think barbie is cool or that they can have blues clues sheets on their bed. Gone are the days of barney, veggietales, and bear in the big blue house. When your kids are babies you cant wait for them to crawl, walk, and talk. Then suddenly they are old enough for preteen camp and to attend the middle school sunday school class at church. Yes, that is right, today Kaylee who is going to be in the fifth grade attended the 5-8 grade MIDDLE school class at TBC. I guess what I have learned today is cherish every moment, whether your child is on your last nerve or being an angel, today is a day your will never get back. Dont waste it wishing that your child could do something they arent old enough to do yet, or wanting to get back yesterday. Live today for today.
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Remember when you were little and Christmas was on its way? Remember the exitement that you felt laying down in bed on Christmas eve, awaiting the moment that your eyes would fly open and you would see all the fantastic presents that Santa left you? I have that same kind of excitement now only I have to wait 91 days to see my fantastic gift. In 91 days Brian is moving to Texas from West Virginia. My girls and I have been so blessed to find this amazing man that loves us. He is my best friend and I love him. He is the missing piece to the puzzle. God has truly worked out the details and all i can say is wow. The waiting is tiring, but the reward will be so worth it.