Today is grandparents day for Emma Pooh . This is our last one. Emma being ten, next year will be in the 6th grade and that is the cut off grade. Where did all the years go with Sierra, Jake, Lynzie, Brock,Skylar and Savannah??All the crafty art things we made, all those "what was life like in the Stone Age, Nana?" question pages.
This is the last pictures I have taken of Emma and that was June at her sister's wedding. I better have my camera ready today. Emma will come home with papaw and I today. Aunt Pam will be here to greet her.:)
I am still struggling with my blog and files. Next Tuesday is the day the repairman will undo some of the things he did to my computer...that has made it so confusing.
Sending out good wishes for all of you, and prayers for our friends in need. XO
Good morning, Susie!ReplyDelete
I think that we have been blog friends for about three years. Emma was likely to have been in 2nd grade. She looks so GROWN UP as a junior bridesmaid!
A natural beauty! Enjoy your day with her!
Thank you Lynne, She is growing up before my eyes. I try to squeeze her down. Her legs are almost longer than mine, she's ten for crying in a bucket. :):) Your little grands will be doing the same thing, ever so soon. Waaa!! that is how I feel right now. xoxo,SusieDelete
It is true, Susie. They grow up way too fast! Enjoy your time with Emma today! xo NellieReplyDelete
Nellie, I know you understand how the school years fly by. Not to the children so much, but for we adults. I have seen the growing changes in my youngest grands. Emma is the youngest of all. But changing monthly it seems. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
Those little ones don't stay little long, do they. I hope you have a wonderful time with Emma, enjoying every second.ReplyDelete
Thank you, I did love all the time...even though I could see the school still had not organized the book fair part any since day one. LOL. It was good to meet Emma's teacher, who actually taught Emma's father when he was young. Funny.xoxo,SusieDelete
Congratulations to Emma and Grandparents Day. Hard to believe how very, very fast they grow up. It is bittersweet! xo DianaReplyDelete
Diana, It was very bittersweet. I could have cried ,when I saw how happy she was when her grandma Irene, Papaw Teddy and I came in the room. Her face lit up. I will have to relive my memories of our good grandparents days.xoxo,SusieDelete
Time really does pass quickly! Enjoy this special day!ReplyDelete
Linda, You are right...gotta love every special moment in time. xoxo,SusieDelete
Time flies for sure Susie. Glad that you are all still enjoying each other. That's important. Enjoy your day.ReplyDelete
Missy, I want to be with my daughter's or their children any time I get the chance...it all goes too quickly. Blessings, xoxo,SusieDelete
emma is lovely, what a beautiful child, you are truly blessed, hope the blog troubles soon leave you,ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Laurie. I love our little Emma. Ha, her legs are as long as mine already..she's 10. xoxo,SusieDelete
She is very beautiful all dressed up and I love her hair. Enjoy your weekend my friend! I hope you get your computer back the way you want it! Sweet hugs, DianeReplyDelete
Thank you Diane. I can tell Emma is growing up...she does not want a photo taken unless she's dolled up. LOL Just a few more days to be able to access my files. hooray, xoxo,SusieReplyDelete