I took these photos at Longwood Gardens one year ago.
So much beauty to enjoy, so little time!
Mikey's work and class seem to be going well.
He scared the daylights out of me by insisting on
coming back for skating, groceries and laundry
last evening. The roads were not good and there
was so much drifting. I wished with all of my heart
that he would have stayed put...tucked in, snug and warm.
But, he is an adult now and all I can do is worry.
At least he let me know by way of Facebook that
he got back safely.
It was wonderful to see him and see that he is beginning
to make the adjustment to living away. He seems to
be enjoying his first class and the challenges it will bring.
A little update on our Moms in Peru.
They should be back up in the Andes
Mountains. They were to be working with
250 children this time around.
Mom's arm was doing better before they left.
She said that the range of motion was back.
What a relief!
The three days in Lima really seemed to
help them rest and recover.
For that, I am thankful.
She said they will be fine as long
as the bus doesn't fall off the road.
the roads are carved into the sides
of the mountains.
Have a very wonderful day.
It is very cold, windy and snowy here
so we will bundle up as we head out to
the first day of our last semester of
Hard to believe that this time has come.
Our kids are nearly grown.