Friday, July 20, 2012

Gone but forgotten?

Isn't it amazing how you blink and months have passed?  I know I am.  It seems just like yesterday I was still a full time student.  Today, I am a full time social worker and will be starting my master's program in a few weeks.  This job has helped me realize how truly fortunate I am.





The boys will be starting back to school soon.  None of us are ready for the hectic mornings, late night projects, and homework.  But all of us are ready for ready for a routine again.  Summer has consisted of late nights, video games, and braces.   Yes, braces.





We put out our garden three times.  The first two times the deer and rabbits devoured it.  The third time everything died from lack of rain.  And of course I've snapped a few pictures.












While I may not post regularly, I still read your blogs!

7 comments:

Jenny Woolf said...

It seems so strange that you are seeing the end of your summer, whereas the kids here just broke up TODAY! And some have still not started their summer break :D
Enjoy this new page of the year.

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

I really loved your bird photos! Good luck with the braces. Wish I had them growing up. My teeth are a tad crooked. Enjoy the bits of summer and so sorry about the garden. Better luck next year.

Thistle Cove Farm said...

I know what you mean...seems like I blink and life is 3/4 over.

Mom said...

I check every day to see if you have had time to post anything and guess I missed a couple of days and was so excited to see your new bird pictures. Enjoy the rest of your week.

Elizabeth Sheppard said...

I look forward to hearing about your Master's Program! Congratulations on being so brave. That's what I think! And as usual, I really really like your photos. I know what you mean, summer has gone by TOO fast.

Sunny said...

Your boys are the picture of health. You must be doing something right, lol. Nice bird pictures too. and congrats on sticking with the schooling through the tough times.

Mom said...

We are proud of you and your accomplishments. I miss seeing your flower and bird pictures and also our grandchildren.