Spring is a pretty busy time and you may have noticed I’ve missed a few posts, with the warmer weather my time has been taken by yard work and the finishing up of school activities with my children. All my children are at various stages of school. Alex has a year left to finish his Mechanical Engineering Degree. Josh is studying Electrical Engineering and just aced his physics and calculus classes. Yes, I have some pretty talented kids.
My Neil is finishing up his senior year. He is my artist. I often ask his opinion on my quilts, especially when things are not going together just right. He has been busy with his AP art and ceramics classes. He also plays drums in two bands; Baker Street Blues Band (a blues band) and Buildings With Legs (a indie band). His Baker Street Blues Band played last weekend in Battle of the Bands and made it to the next round. So happy for him. He will be graduating from high school in a couple of weeks. This is one of his senior pictures.
His sister, Anna, is in the play, Beauty and the Beast, at our local theater. She is the enchantress and then is in the chorus through the rest of the play. Her opening night was Wednesday. She and her fellow cast members did a beautiful job. Here she is with her friend Ester, who played Cogsworth.
It is so fun to see my children grow and accomplish good things. Love them all so much.
I can tell you are a wonderful mother! It's not easy raising a family in today's world, and a mother's love is essential. Your children are lucky to have your influence.
Lots of good genes!
Sweet post. Like you I've been busy and not posting too much and I have one graduating from high school. I think you have lots to be proud of!
You're a busy mom! Lots to be proud of. 😉
It is so fun to be with our children. I loved this weekend. Children should be some of our greatest joys in life. Take this time to enjoy it. It will never come again!
Congratulations to your son Neil on his graduation! I am so glad to hear that your children are doing so well. It is every Mother's hope that their children are happy and do well in their chosen interests in life. Good job Mom!!!