All your grandkids are adorable!Ryan 8th grade. . .How did he get that tall? Barb
Cheryl, the previous poster refers to these beautiful children as your grandkids, which surprised me. I assumed they were your children. My baby graduated high school back in May. School started here this week and for the first time in 25 years, I don't have to roll a kid out of bed and shove him/her out the door to catch the bus!Free at last, baby! LOL!
OH NO! My cover is blown! LOL, Devon.Barb, six lashes with a wet noodle. I kid all the time that I never say "grandchildren." They are my kids, the darlings, the adorable ones, etc..What a relief with your youngest graduated. I know the feeling...however...I am back in the drop off lane at school again with my eight-year-old live-in darling. Sometimes life is unpredicatable.
I can spell, too.UNPREDICTABLE.See?
Oops. I also thought they were your children. I was just beginning to wonder exactly how many you had...
NINE! And I still have my girlish figure.LOL
Yes, Cheryl, you have an admirable figure (and work at it) and really "clean up nice."You look so polished/professional at book signings- a model for how GREAT maturity can look; yet approachable. I have 3 Christian friends who each have 10 grandkids & they all resemble your attire & gracious manners. (I just started late so none in the offing.) enough fawning- but sincere!
Many thanks, Lou. I was being a bit self-deprecating since I've not "worked at it" all summer. :-( It's been too dinged hot to walk, which has always been my fave. My husband calls me a fair weather gardener, and he's right on. July and August don't find me doing much yard work. Only chasing butterflies in the shade. LOL