Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Day at Dartmouth

 Becky has been at Dartmouth for a L-O-N-G time with sick kiddos. She's a valiant mom who loves with her whole heart.
I drove to New Hampshire and spent a couple of hours visiting with her. 
I learned a lot from my visit to the PICU there, but mostly what I learned is that I have a sister with a heart of gold.
Praying that Baby M. turns the corner this week so they can head home.
XOXOX

Sunday, March 22, 2015

when matching was a thing

I have no regrets about dressing my kids and their cousins in matching dresses.
Probably no chance of this happening again until bridesmaids dresses are an option.
#grandmotherswhosew

Saturday, March 21, 2015

have a seat. just not yet.

Look!
Our first full day of Spring, and you can almost sit back, relax and feel the sun on your face.
Almost.
(we're doing our most potent snow-melt dances EVER)

new citizens in AAUniverse

AAU means a whole new level of commitment to playing basketball. Number 3's committed. 
Supporting AAU takes just as much skill.
Leeli and I spent the WHOLE day in southeastern Mass so she could play in three games.
video
She's a baller.
#ballislife

Friday, March 20, 2015

there's a SPRING in my step

There are no tulips, no daffodils, no forsythias in bloom. Green grass is not even a thing yet. Our yard is still covered in more than a foot of frozen white stuff. But the sun is shining, the roads are clear and there will be warmer days ahead.
It's coming!
I just know it.
Happy Spring!

Thursday, March 19, 2015

back to work

Spring break wasn't over, but I had to take Enrique back to work. I packed his lunch and dropped him off at the library on a very quiet campus.
 The temps were cold, the air was crisp and the sky was BLUE. I stopped a few times on what has become my very favorite scenic route home.
 No photographic regrets.