Friday, August 10, 2007

Friday Flower Fix & Weekend

Hello everyone in Blog land. So, did you all have a good week? For a lot of us, this is the last week of summer vacation with our kids.

I'm actually experiencing mixed emotions about this being that last week. I am, however, VERY excited that Jayla is excited about starting kindergarten (more on that Monday). But I'm a little nervous for her going into big school. She and I have such a good time together. She never complains about having to run errands with mommy...even when I "NEED" to stop by every scrapbook store within a 10 mile radius of our house...lol. She's my fun little hanging buddy. But again, I'm so excited that she's looking forward to this new chapter in her life.

Well, as far as the weekend goes, I think we're gonna keep it low key. The only thing I think we've got going on is, daddy promised Jayla that we'd go out to dinner on Sunday after church, to celebrate her going to big school. And whenever I don't have to cook is a happy day :-).

It's time for the Friday Flower Fix. Enjoy!

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring; all of which have the potential to turn a life around."


Have a beautiful weekend everyone.

6 comments:

gold said...

Love the flower fix!!Have a great weekend!!

Cheryl Wray said...

Jayla just sounds like a sweetheart!! I still want all of our girls to meet up someday!!
I know she will do great in kindergarten. She will probably rule the room! :-)
Love the flower!!!

Jude said...

I will be right there with you in a couple weeks... Lincoln starts kindergarten this year too! )hmmm.... see, he and Jayla can play together when we come to Atlanta IKeA!! LOL...

Renee said...

What a big girl you have. Don't they grow up fast. BTW, love the new blog look.

Lynilu said...

We spend all those years protecting them and helping the grow up ... the when they do, we have trouble prying ourselves off!

You've clearly done a good job. Relax the grip, Mom. She'll be a dynamo. And braver than you, I promise!

Brown English Muffin said...

I can't wait to scroll up and see how the first day went...my friend said she followed the school bus and waited outside the school most of the day and then followed the bus home!!!

What are you going to do with your days now that you'll have more free time?