My life is full of so many things that are terrific! For that I feel truly blessed. I find it hard to take a minute sometimes to take it all in. On Thursday, my friend Laura brought this new friend into her life... This is her new baby Maltese Gracie! How cute is she?!? I got to babysit her Friday while Laura made arrangements for someone else to care for her during the day :) My little friends Zoe and Jason loved her just as much as I did... She is such a good puppy! And over the top with the cuteness :)
Friday night and Saturday I was back to school. I got through the reentry ok, and I have a FABULOUS professor! I learned so much in those two short days.
Baby Aubrey was with us Friday night for a while and then overnight Saturday into Sunday...I am blessed to have babies to love... Little babies...and not so little babies. My baby Aubrey is a budding gardener and took a minute to closely examine the daffodils... She asks a lot of whats that? and what? so I do my best to explain to her and to teach her the beauty of the Earth.
After school Saturday I headed into work until about 8:00. I was back there at 7 Sunday morning and headed home exhausted finally at 5:00 yesterday. I am so glad to finally have preschool graduation behind me. It was a great time with over 300 in attendance! Man is that a lot of work! Two of my very good friends children graduated which always makes it a bit more meaningful for me. Sarah and Stacie made it too which made it feel like old times. Man do I miss them! Ironically, I still used information sheets that Sarah made me three years ago to get through the event without forgetting anything!
While cleaning up from graduation I got a call from my brother to discuss preliminary planning for the trade show that Stephanie will work at this summer. Sounds like a great time! I'll post much more on that later.
Tomorrow is surprise day for my children...surely can't talk about it here cuz they'll see it!
So...today I start my internship. Meanwhile...I'll keep trying to keep up with my wonderful life.
Until next time...